Mobile Armor, Panasonic team up to protect Toughbook data

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Panasonic Solutions and Mobile Armor, a data protection and encryption technology company, have entered into a license and reseller partnership to integrate Mobile Armor's data encryption software into select Panasonic Toughbook notebooks and mobile clinical assistants.

St. Louis-based Mobile Armor’s DriveArmor is available on Toughbook 31 rugged clamshell, Toughbook 19 rugged convertible tablet and Toughbook H1 Health, a mobile clinical assistant device developed for healthcare users, according to Panasonic, of Secaucus, N.J.

DriveArmor is an enterprise-class tool for policy-driven control for managing data security on notebook PCs and desktop computers with FIPS certified 2.5-inch self-encrypting disk drives from Seagate Technology, Mobile Armor stated.

DriveArmor delivers centralized management, pre-boot authentication and auditing and reporting capabilities for Seagate Momentus self-encrypting drives, designed to prevent unauthorized access to data on lost or stolen computers, the company added.