Encryption now available in Sophos Central

scde_blog_graphicCab rides, airport security, busy cafes, hotel rooms, airplanes; all can be very treacherous places for laptop computers. Each year, millions of laptops are lost, stolen or simply left behind, with many of them containing important and sensitive data.

Full-disk encryption is the essential first line of defense for protecting data in any of these events and, plainly speaking, it should be used for all business computers.

Traditionally, the catch with full-disk encryption has been that in order to use it efficiently across an organization, a bit of effort is needed: data protection policies need to be created, management servers must be installed, key recovery processes need to be put in place, users have to be trained, and so on.

We figured you don’t have time for all that, so let’s make it simple: We’re very excited to announce Sophos Central Device Encryption, which is our full-disk encryption for Windows managed from Sophos Central – our single, integrated, web-based administration interface.

Sophos Central Device Encryption offers a three-click policy setup, no key management servers to install, compliance and reporting features, and self-service key recovery for your users. It’s the easiest way to manage BitLocker encryption for all your Windows users.

With installation and setup done in minutes, it’s an extremely powerful addition to your data protection strategy.

Why not see for yourself? Take Sophos Central Device Encryption for a spin today with a free 30-day trial.

Read more about Sophos Central Device Encryption here or see it in action below.

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