Salt Lake City, UT, June 22, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Spearstone announced the addition of wireless medical device support to their DriveStrike
product. DriveStrike protects mobile devices and computers by enabling administrators to execute remote actions, including wiping, disabling or locking them when lost or stolen. DriveStrike currently supports Windows, Apple MacOS & iOS, Android, and Linux devices.
"Increasingly mobile devices hold sensitive personal and company data, the risks associated with loss or theft of any mobile device is devastating. Consider the recent data breach notification of over 92 million accounts at MyHeritage – the DNA testing service – it is horrifying to think someone could gain access to your DNA data," said Dale Goddard, Spearstone COO. “Our company's primary goal is to protect the data on devices and give our customers overall confidence in the security of their computing devices. With our latest offering we help hospitals, clinics, and private practices secure mobile medical devices and data, we believe the number and frequency of data breaches will drop dramatically as responsible businesses deploy DriveStrike."
DriveStrike protects lost or stolen computing devices by enabling users to execute remote wipe
from the DriveStrike website or by calling our hotline to initiate protective measures. The device is then instructed to wipe itself and return a report so that the customer knows the wipe command was carried out successfully. DriveStrike runs a lightweight service on the device, which watches for these remote commands.
Other DriveStrike features include, Remote Lock, which forces the device to lock and Locate, which queries the device for its current location.
DriveStrike is available for less than $1.00 per device per month when protecting multiple devices. To take advantage of this offer or for more information, visit https://drivestrike.com or call (877) 375-2468.
Spearstone, 2008 Digital IQ award recipient for IT Security, is a software development company with enterprise customers that include Wells Fargo, Pearson Learning, Logitech, Spacelabs, Sony and RemedyMD. Spearstone’s DriveStrike product provides data breach protection for computers and smartphones, including remote wipe and mobile device management