Even if recent reports show that companies and private users consider spiraling cyber-crime the most ominous threat, it is actually insider leaks that are most likely to cause irreparable damage. In the worst case scenario, this can wipe all electronically stored data. This explains why the security experts at tetraguard systems GmbH advise their customers to heavily encrypt their data at three critical points: when copying data to removable media, on hard disks, and on networks or in the cloud. The company is showcasing the latest addition to its security portfolio – the all-new, multi-talented Securetoken - at CeBIT 2017 in Hannover.
On show at the stand of the company's partner, Solutions S.A. from Luxembourg, Securetoken boasts an integrated entropy generator for creating the reliable and secure random numbers required for rock-solid data encryption. Of course, Securetoken has to earn its "multi-talented" badge by pooling several security features into one hardware anchor. Besides multi-factor authentication, it complies with the PKCS#11 standard and offers secure storage options and a smartcard function. All "made in Luxembourg" under one roof - and, most importantly, without a back door!