Over 4,000 laptops are lost or stolen from European airports every week!

Over 4,000 laptops are lost or stolen from European airports every week!

posted in Cyber-Security ● 28 Jun 2011

Redstor Protector and RBUSS Mobile combine the best backup and encryption capabilities in one Cloud service.Redstor Protector is a unique service that secures and protects confidential and sensitive information held on PCs and Laptops in the event of data loss or theft. Combining policy-driven PC backup, at rest encryption, remote data deletion, port access control and device trace into a single product suite, Redstor Protector allows you to secure, backup and recover your data with ease.IDC estimates that at least 60% of important company data is stored on laptops and desktops with little or no protection and less than 8% of users backup their data on a daily basis. Laptop theft and accidental loss is on the increase and in these economic times the threat of disgruntled employees stealing or deleting important information has never been higher.Today, more than ever you need to use every measure possible to protect your intellectual property, customer data and brand. With even the smallest data loss incidents now making the news headlines, Redstor Protector is the most comprehensive way to protect and recover your PC and Laptop data, comply with the law and guidelines as well as safeguarding your reputation!For further information, please visit redstor.com/protector.html 
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