The Security division of Bell Micro has signed a
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Once the mobile computing security protocols have been activated, BackStopp generates a report of any data accessed, confirms the data it has deleted and then sends the report to the Virtuity hosting centre. The service will then render the laptop’s operating system completely useless. If a webcam is available on the host device it will send a command to photograph the unauthorised user.
“If the national press taught us just one thing last year, it would be the importance of securing data on the move,” commented Steve Browell, General Manager, Security Division at Bell Micro. “Protecting data and bringing in encryption for data at rest and in transit, whether on PDA or especially on laptops is a driving need in modern business.”
BackStopp is designed to complement firms’ anti-virus, personal firewall, encryption and remote access solutions. Offered as a 24/7 ‘cloud service’ BackStopp, says
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