Una has unveiled its Unaphone Zenith, a mobile device that boasts end-to-end encryption and an Android-esque operation system dubbed “UnaOS.” The phone’s additional features include a secure boot, music player, and remote wiping tool, should the phone be compromised. While the device’s level of security prohibits users downloading additional apps, Una said it would consider developing its own app store. Available in September, a Unaphone Zenith will run for $429.
The DPOrganizer system allows companies to map their data flows so their leadership and legal advisers can best understand the status of the organization’s data, making sure it is stored in compliance with European data regulations. The amount of detail in the mapping is controlled by the individual user, and each account requires two-step authentication for security purposes. A free, 30-day trial of the DPOrganizer is available on the company’s website.
Egnyte has released Egnyte Protect, a program that helps companies smart-share and retain information. It uses “selective encryption” to modify the amount of security necessary depending on the type of file in question. The program also boasts access control and geographic boundaries for data sharing settings. Prices vary, with a free trial available online.
Ashampoo WinOptimizer 14
The new iteration of the WinOptimizer allows users to automatically delete session-specific “traces” from online browsers and other Windows applications, as well as have easy access to Microsoft’s customizable privacy settings. The WinOptimizer 14 is $49.99 for an initial purchase, or $19.99 for an upgrade.
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