KANGURU MICRO DRIVE AES RECEIVES U.S. GOVERNMENT APPROVAL
ACHIEVES FIPS 140-2 CERTIFICATION FOR SECURING SENSITIVE DATA
Millis, Mass. - June 2006 - Kanguru Solutions today announced their KanguruMicro Drive AES has
completed Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS 140-2) Certification testing. FIPS 140-2, a rigorous federal security accreditation program completed by the National Institute of
Standards and Technology, sets the standard for encryption algorithms intended for use in protecting sensitive information.
"FIPS 140-2 Certification is essentially the U.S. and Canadian Governments' seal of approval for a
security product," said Nate Cote, Vice President of Product Management at Kanguru Solutions. "By obtaining FIPS Certification we've proven that the KanguruMicro Drive AES is secure enough for storing sensitive data, a key issue facing our security focused customers in the government, military, financial and healthcare markets." READ MORE...
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