SafeBoot wins Best Encryption Solution Award
- 29 April, 2004 16:09
<p>Sydney, 29th April, 2004.</p>
<p>SafeBoot Enterprise from Control Break International has won the Secure Computing Magazine Reader Trust Award for 2004. SafeBoot was voted the Best Encryption Solution.</p>
<p>The Awards presentation in London was the culmination of 8 months of nominations, voting, testing, reviewing and judging – the most comprehensive and stringent SC magazine Awards program ever. There were over 900 product and service nominations from around the world and nearly 300 companies participated</p>
<p>Ced Bradbury of TPP Group, the Australian/New Zealand distributor says “the award is acknowledgement of SafeBoot’s robust security features and ease of administration”. Bradbury commented that “with critical data travelling freely within today's business environment, over the Internet, onto CD's and carried in PDA's and laptops, the SafeBoot security solution is ideal as it protects mobile data anytime and anywhere”.</p>
<p>SafeBoot is a security suite for any size organisation, which prevents data stored on a hard disk or on a PDA from being accessed or read by an unauthorised person. This is accomplished by strong access control and powerful encryption. With SafeBoot, user and machine authentication occurs prior to booting have the operating system, and SafeBoot supports two-factor authentication.</p>
<p>Powerful central management technologies, including Active Directory and Novell synchronisation plus an easy recovery process, combine to ensure organisations achieve the lowest possible Total-Cost-of-Ownership.</p>
TPP Group (The Peripheral People Pty.Ltd.) is an Australian company that has specialised in IT security since 1983. Our customers are in numerous industry sectors, and many have deployed our solutions since our beginning.
TPP’s products are the leaders in the industry with acknowledgement from Meta Group, Secure Computing Magazine and others. Our sales and technical support teams are experts in the product range and deliver excellence in customer service.</p>
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