Self defending encryption devices to protect data

CE Infosys is demonstrating its infrastructure security (ANIS) MycroCryptor, a self defending encryption device at GITEX Technology Week this year.

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By  Administrator Published  October 22, 2008

CE Infosys is demonstrating its infrastructure security (ANIS) MycroCryptor, a self defending encryption device at GITEX Technology Week this year.

The ANIS solution is a compact IP network encryption designed to defend itself against both online and physical threats.

"The device is placed in the datacentre and if someone tries to tamper with it and break into the key an immediate alert is sent via SMS to the relevant contacts. This is why we refer to it as a self-defending device," explains Ashley Siew, marketing manager at CE Infosys.

There are a variety of mechanisms and alarms in place to protect the encryption device including touch, motion and even electronic sensors. In addition, the ANIS MycroCryptor comes with a secondary power source that means it works even when power is removed.

"We are positioning the product at verticals, which need to keep their critical data safe. Essentially that would include financial institutions, governmental departments and the military," says Siew.

The company also offers an extensive range of network security devices as well as IP security protection and mobile and communication security solutions.

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