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Getac partners with Trivalent on rugged computing data protection

Posted 27 March 2017 · Add Comment

Getac today announced a partnership with provider of next-generation data protection services, Trivalent, to deliver seamless and robust next-generation data protection for the first time on rugged computing devices.

By integrating Trivalent’s software security into its line of rugged devices, Getac is confirming its commitment to safeguarding customer data with technology that has been certified by the NSA.

Getac notebooks, tablets and handhelds are used to generate and process highly sensitive data in demanding operating environments and industry sectors including military, healthcare, field services, and law enforcement. By incorporating Trivalent’s data protection technology, including its unique Data Alchemy which renders data completely unusable by unauthorised parties, Getac can provide its customers the most advanced data protection technology available.

“Our partnership with Getac will enable data protection on their rugged devices the moment content is created,” said Ermis Sfakiyanudis, co-founder and CEO of Trivalent. “Getac’s customer base work in fields that generate classified information and need a secure environment to create and share this content. Trivalent’s proven encryption and shredding approach delivers an optimal solution with secure storage on the device or in the cloud to meet diverse business and government requirements.”

“Getac’s partnership with Trivalent further differentiates our rugged devices and our commitment to customer safety and security in a highly competitive marketplace,” said Rowina Lee, Vice president of Global sales & Business Development Centre at Getac. “Getac devices will be the first in the rugged industry to offer next-generation data protection, providing the most secure platform for our customers.”

 

 

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