Revolutionary Stealth M-Series Sets the Standard for Mainstream Encrypted USB

stealth-m-series-encrypted-usbWith the launch of its Bluefly dedicated hardware security processor, MXI Security™ today takes portable security to new levels with the revolutionary new Stealth M-Series. The Stealth M-Series USB devices from MXI Security, the leader in superior managed portable security solutions, provide up to 32 GB of secure storage, manageability, and remote access.

Bluefly, the world’s first dedicated hardware security processor for USB devices, was designed to protect against all forms of malware: the cause of an unparalleled number of data breaches. Featuring a unique SafeShare™ secure multi-user mode and advanced manageability capabilities such as device recycling, all three models of the Bluefly-powered Stealth M-Series take portable security solutions to the next level.

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A recent study conducted by the Ponemon Institute found that data breaches cost on average of more than $6.6 million per incident, while the Identity Theft Resource Center reported that of all data breaches that occur each year, but only 2.4 percent of organizations had encryption or other strong data protection methods in place.

“The personal portable security device has the potential to solve many enterprise security problems by providing both strong authentication for a broad palette of enterprise applications and encrypted storage for sensitive information,” said Mark Diodati, senior identity and security analyst for Burton Group. “The device comes in a mobile, familiar form factor that enterprise users love – the USB thumb drive – with added benefits.”

“MXI Security’s Stealth M-Series is a revolution in portable secure storage and digital identity,” said Lawrence Reusing, CEO of MXI Security. “Affordable, fast, and secure, these premium devices are the ultimate safeguard for protecting an organization’s most critical assets. With its unique look and feel, the Stealth M-Series’ integrated enclosure is durable, waterproof, and dustproof. Fully portable across all major computing platforms, and available in managed and unmanaged options, the Stealth M-Series redefines portable security.”

MXI Security is a pioneer in portable security, and was the first company to introduce USB devices with transparent on-board AES hardware encryption and biometric authentication, with its Stealth MXP devices. MXI Security was also the first company to certify its products through the rigorous FIPS 140-2 level 2 validation process.

About MXI Security

MXI Security, a division of Memory Experts International Inc., leads the way in providing superior managed USB portable security solutions designed to meet the highest security and privacy standards of even the most demanding customers.

MXI Security solutions combine the power of strong user authentication, digital identity and data encryption to protect access to sensitive information and systems.

Easy to manage and transparent to the end user, MXI Security solutions enable organizations to satisfy multiple security needs with a single device, facilitating greater mobility without compromising security.

For more information please visit www.mxisecurity.com.

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