[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Sophos Safeguard Encryption is data-centric, automatically securing content upon creation. Once encrypted, files remain secured when shared across platforms and devices, or if they are emailed or uploaded to cloud-based file sharing programs such as Box, Dropbox, or One Drive.
And Safeguard Disk Encryption delivers even faster full-disk encryption for both PCs and Macs and allows you to encrypt files saved to removable storage devices and attached to emails. This encryption technology provides pre-boot authentication for full protection of files on hard disks.[/vc_column_text][vc_gallery type=”flexslider_slide” interval=”3″ images=”151414,151415,151416,151417″ img_size=”full”][vc_column_text]We provide the services for:
- Sophos safeguard encryption for windows
- Sophos safeguard access encrypted drive
- Sophos safeguard bit locker encryption
- Accidentally deletion/Format
- Files corruption
- Bad Sectors
- Hard drive failures
- Kernel load failures
When an encrypted system suffers from media damage the recovery is more complex than one with unencrypted data. Because of the encryption, it means we have to copy as much of the drive as possible in order to get valid data. Where specific critical data is identified, we have Modern techniques to get around this on drives with severe media damage that helps to speed up the recovery.
We also have the capability to recover data from some proprietary encrypted hard disks by de-crypting as they are copying, this means that we can image as if the drive were not encrypted.
Symantec Endpoint Encryption:
Today’s technology using laptops and removable media devices to work anywhere. Here the risk comes when the data has lost, corrupted, stolen from these devices. For these issues, Symantec Endpoint encryption is the best choice.
Symantec Endpoint Encryption combines strong full-disk and removable media encryption with centralized management to protect sensitive information and ensure regulatory compliance.
Symantec provides maximum protection by encrypting each drive, sector-by-sector, ensuring that all files are encrypted. In addition to protecting laptops and desktops, Endpoint Encryption supports various types of removable media including USB drives, external hard drives and CD/DVD/Blu-Ray media.
Regardless of the make, type and model of the digital storage device, they all are susceptible to logical, electrical and mechanical failures over the lifetime.
Virtually every day, we receive encrypted hard drives that have failed. Most of our corporate customers have a data protection policy in place that demands that all data bearing devices are encrypted with Full Disk Encryption (FDE). No matter what encryption software was used, we can handle it.
We Recover the Data From:
• Boot Failures
• Inaccessible Drives and Partitions
• BIOS Error
• Formatted Partition
• Partition Corruption
• NTFS Corruption
• FAT Corruption
• FAT32 Corruption
• HFS Corruption
• HFS+ Corruption
• EXT4 Corruption
• EXT3 Corruption
• Bad Sectors
• Virus Attack
• Corrupted Files
• Hard Disk Noise
• Accidentally Deleted Files
• Component Failure
• Device Not Accessible
If you have an encrypted hard drive that has failed, the best advice that we can offer is:
• Test the drive in an external Connector with the relevant manufacturer’s diagnosis tool before attempting to access the disk.
• Don’t attempt to force de-crypt the drive. This process is likely to fail and leave you with a partially-decrypted disk.
• Don’t re-initialize the drive, format or attempt to fix the MBR. You will overwrite important information at the start of the disk.
• Call us for advice on how to handle your data loss problems. Our advice is always free and impartial.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]