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Nero's SecurDisc recognized as industry standard for burning security

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 11 Sep 2007 19:41 User comments (3)

Nero's SecurDisc recognized as industry standard for burning security Nero has announced that SecurDisc has been recognized by the Mt. Fuji Group as an industry standard for secure CD and DVD burning. SecurDisc technology provides a full feature set of security-related functions through a combined hardware/software solution. It also offers encryption with password protection, digital signature, and higher data reliability through data storage redundancy and defect management.
Underscoring the importance of providing users with a multi-layered approach to data protection, the SecurDisc command set and model descriptor will be included in the upcoming version 7 of the Mt. Fuji specifications.

"In an age where vital information is frequently stored and transported using CDs and DVDs, it is important to understand potential mechanisms for protection of critical data," Charly Lippoth, Chief Technology Officer, Nero AG stated. "SecurDisc is designed for use by those who are serious about security and the protection of their data. Recognition from the Mt. Fuji Group and inclusion of the SecurDisc command set and model descriptor in their latest specifications truly highlights the value of SecurDisc technology in protecting vital information."

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3 user comments

112.9.2007 16:31

congrats nero for the acomplishment maybe the movie studios need to hire you guys to come up with a better encryption code.

215.9.2007 18:45

haha yeah exactly.

316.9.2007 15:35
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the new world order has just began !

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