Mobile Armor and Seagate Announce Plans to Co-Market Self-Encrypting Hard Drive & Management Solution for Laptop and Desktop PCs
Monday, October 25, 2021 8:00 AM

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Seagate FIPS-Certified and OPAL-Compliant Momentus(R) Self-Encrypting Drives Integrate With DriveArmor(TM), a Component of the Mobile Armor Data Encryption

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Device Management Suite

ST. LOUIS, MO and SCOTTS VALLEY, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 10/25/10 -- Mobile Armor, Inc., a leader in data encryption and mobile device management, and Seagate Technology (NASDAQ: STX), the worldwide leader in hard disk drives and storage solutions, today announced a strategic relationship to include co-marketing and sales activities to reach government, healthcare and other customers demanding self-encrypting drive solutions to lock down their personal computers.

Mobile Armor DriveArmor™ is an enterprise-class solution for policy-driven control for managing data security on laptops and desktops with FIPS-certified and the OPAL-compliant self-encrypting disk drives from Seagate. DriveArmor delivers centralized management, strong pre-boot authentication and extensive auditing and reporting capabilities to Seagate® Momentus® Self-Encrypting Drives (SEDs), designed to prevent unauthorized access to data on lost or stolen computers.

Seagate Momentus SEDs deliver government-grade encryption and pre-boot authentication without performance degradation to protect data where it lives -- on the hard drive. The Seagate Momentus drives are the only self-encrypting hard drives to be FIPS 140-2 Validated™ to protect sensitive data. By coupling the Seagate drives with Mobile Armor DriveArmor management and reporting features, organizations are able to meet their regulatory compliance requirements for data protection.

"The FIPS certification of Seagate Momentus Self-Encrypting Drives is a crucial step in expanding the adoption of these drives by federal agencies, many state and local governments, and regulated industries such as healthcare, finance and defense," said David Seesorf, Senior Director of Notebook Product Line Management, Seagate. "Seagate is teaming with leaders such as Mobile Armor to deliver the management and auditing capabilities that business and government need to protect sensitive information."

DriveArmor is just one product in Mobile Armor's arsenal of fortified data encryption and device management products. Mobile Armor is the only vendor to offer a fully integrated, centrally managed data encryption suite that protects mobile and desktop PCs, smartphones, CD/DVDs, removable media and ships FIPS certified 140-2 level 3 USB encrypted flash drives with embedded anti-virus protection. The Mobile Armor Suite may be delivered on-premise or in a SaaS hosted environment. The Mobile Armor Data Encryption and Device Management Suite incorporates PolicyServer™, DataArmor™, FileArmor™, KeyArmor™ and DriveArmor™.

"We see strong demand for the Mobile Armor DriveArmor solution and project it to be a critical growth area for the company," said Michael Menegay, Mobile Armor's chief executive officer. "We are thrilled to team with Seagate as we continue to expand to new markets to meet the needs of security-minded customers."

Mobile Armor and Seagate are hosting two upcoming joint webinars. Interested parties can register using the following links or at www.mobilearmor.com. Mobile Armor will make a donation to the Wounded Warrior Project for each attendee.

  • Encryption Strategies for Government Agencies - November 10, 2021 - 11:00 AM ET - REGISTER
  • Encryption Strategies for Regulated Markets - November 10, 2021 - 2:00 PM ET - REGISTER

About Mobile Armor
Mobile Armor, Inc. is an innovator and leader in data encryption and mobile device management technology. Mobile Armor provides domestically developed trusted data security solutions to commercial and government organizations. Notable customers include the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, civilian agencies and customers in healthcare and financial services verticals. The Mobile Armor Data Encryption & Device Management Suite is a centrally managed and fully integrated hardware and software-based encryption solution for desktops, laptops, smartphones, CDs/DVDs, and USB flash drives. Mobile Armor is the recipient of the coveted DoD Data at Rest Tiger Team award, enabling its solution to be sold to the US government. Mobile Armor technology is FIPS 140-2 Level 2 and 3 validated and is certified to meet the standards for security set by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Additional information regarding Mobile Armor can be found at www.mobilearmor.com.

About Seagate
Seagate is the worldwide leader in hard disk drives and storage solutions. Learn more at http://www.seagate.com.

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BB Marketing Group for Mobile Armor
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Michael Hall
Seagate Technology
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