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All about encryption, hard drives, removable hard drives
Monday - 4/12/2010, 4:15pm EDT
Many agencies are required to take hard drives out and store them in a safe.
You may have site evaluators who must take video on siteónot enough bandwidth; consider a portable RAID unit with encryption.
Knowledge of hard drive enclosures and encryption has helped CRU-Dataport provide assistence it he area of secure forensics.
How can a defense attorney know that his client's hard drive was not altered?
CRU-Dataport can provide "write-blocking" products.
Oh, and by the way, did you know that digital movies (like Avatar) are being delivered in CRU-Dataport enclosures?
Learn more when host John Gilroy talks with Dan Bovee, vice president of sales at CRU-Dataport.