Internal Data Theft Protection System Invented By St. Louis Company

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Computer viruses, hackers, spyware and other external threats have long been the focus of most companies but most fail to address the growing threat of internal data security. Internal data theft is surpassing external threats in numbers and in dollars lost. In the past few years several companies lost hundreds of thousand of dollars and some have gone out of business due to internal data theft. Access Denied Systems has invented a revolutionary product to deal with internal data theft, bypassing the use of passwords and saving those who implement this product thousands of dollars and possibly their entire business.

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Access Denied Systems (ADS) invents a new product that will help protect companies, universities, hospitals, governments, banks, and other organizations from internal data theft. ePlus Marketing has been selected by ADS to complete their latest Website for the new product.

An internal data thief can be a trusted employee, disgruntle worker, visitor, client or even a janitor. Data theft is alarmingly simple for anyone who has physical access to a computer. Passwords can easily be bypassed and do not give an organization the level of security needed today. Many states, the federal government, the European Union and Japan have all passed laws requiring companies to report breaches of sensitive consumer information and take proper steps to protect such data.

Since an unattended computer is one of the most vulnerable points of entry for a would-be data theft, this new software, known as the Bio Proximity Security System, uniquely identifies each user based on fingerprint and/or badges, and locks out system when a user leaves the computer. When the user returns, it restores the system to their exact location, eliminating the need for passwords. The system works in a variety of environments.

One of the main features of this program that differs from other computer access control systems is the ability of the program to automatically lock the system seconds after the user leaves the computer, and then restores the system to the exact location upon the user's return.

Internal data theft is an issue that has been increasingly on the rise for companies and organizations worldwide, and is surpassing external threats in numbers and in dollars lost. In the past, most companies focused on external threats to their computer systems, consequently resulting in a plethora of software to solve these problems. ADS has invented a revolutionary product to deal with internal data theft, bypassing the use of passwords and saving those who implement this product thousands of dollars.

While internal data security posses a bigger threat than viruses, hackers, spyware and other external threats, companies fail to address this issue. In the past few years several companies lost hundreds of thousand of dollars and some have gone out of business due to internal data theft.

The new site, created by ePlus Marketing, illustrates the details of the security programs. Potential distributors and investors can view and download more information on the products, as well as purchase the devices.

ePlus Marketing is a St. Louis based Internet marketing firm. As a woman-owned firm, they provide Internet marketing, web development, and web globalization to their clients. In addition, the firm assists companies that wish to expand or enter into global Internet marketing. Go to the Website of the Internet marketing firm at http://www.eplusm.com for more information.

Access Denied Systems is the leading provider of logical access control systems for companies and organizations worldwide. They pioneered the integration of existing technologies to form a comprehensive suite of Logical Access Control Devices from the stand alone computer to centralized access control.

For more information, visit their website at http://www.accessdeniedsystems.com

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