Apricorn continues to impress

In cybersecurity, one of the few things we can always depend on is cryptography. Assuming keys are properly managed throughout their lifecycle, breaking strong cryptography is so expensive and time-consuming that even governments are forced to seek ways around it, such as compromising the endpoint or creating legal mechanisms to demand keys.

I have written about products from California-based Apricorn in the past because the company gets it. Their products are easy to use and provide secure data storage for individuals and businesses of all sizes. Unlike with competing products, users do not need to install any software; they simply type their PIN on the USB stick or portable drive, and plug it in.

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