To secure my data I use:
1. A Dell E6400 ATG Laptop with an ECLYPT Core replacement encrypted hard drive show below (1). This is secured inside the laptop, so a casual observer will not know it is there, with tamper evident labels applied over the drive bay cover.
In my desk:
2. To back-up my laptop (in reality my ECLYPT Core encrypted drive) I use the ECLYPT freedom portable drive (2), shown below in its silicon sleeve. It is connected to my laptop with the black USB cable (3). Removal from the USB Cable makes it instantly secure.
4. To transfer small files I use my ECLYPT nano USB 2GB memory stick drive. The ECLYPT nano is a miniaturised ECLYPT freedom drive that just plugs directly into the USB Port.
5. ECLYPT Setup CD (5) NPM contains:
the user manual - just load into any computer's CD drive to read
The ECLYPT Management Application (EMA) Programme to manage all your ECLYPT Drives.
On its front face the telephone number of the ViaSat UK free support helpline:
+44(0)1929 55 44 00 Option 2
In my pocket:
6. A KeyStone USB Token - that contains a digital password - to separate it from the ECLYPT Core protected laptop (1), the ECLYPT freedom portable drive (2) and the ECLYPT nano USB drive (4).
It authenticates the three ECLYPT drives (1)(2)(4), so I only need to carry a single KeyStone Token.
All KeyStone Tokens are NPM, so they require no further protection, when kept in my pocket - whether worn or in my wardrobe.
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Disclaimer: This blog is written by Robert Palmer, an employee of ViaSat UK Ltd, but the views and opinions expressed on this website are those of the author, and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of ViaSat