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“I would recommend MegaCryption because it does what it says, handles our current needs and future needs that will arise, has more functions than other products, and the cost of the product was great. I would rate the technical support as a 10.”
- Major Northeast University

Naples, FL—October 2013 Advanced Software Products Group (ASPG) has announced the latest release of its popular ReACT software for Help Desk centers and other users requiring a self-service password reset solution. The release features the addition of authentication image technology to further enhance its multi-factor authentication features and capabilities and to provide users improved security. […]

You and your team may understand the importance of encryption and data security, but that doesn’t mean the people who write the checks get it yet. As a mainframe security professional, part of your job is making sense of the challenges of keeping the data on your system safe for the non-technical people in your […]

Naples, FL—October 2013 Advanced Software Products Group (ASPG) has announced the latest release of its popular MegaCryption encryption software. The release features enhanced key portability and reusability between different key management systems, increasing security while protecting existing cryptography investments. New support for additional symmetric and hashing algorithms has also been added, including IDEA 128-bit, ARC4 […]

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is the increasingly popular and common practice of employees bringing their personal devices to use at work. Many people who own laptops and smart phones are more proficient at using their own devices than their work-issued hardware. People tend to self-identify with the technology they use. The devices they use […]

Naples, FL—October 2013 Enterprise and Big Data software provider Advanced Software Products Group (ASPG) has released the latest version of its popular CryptoMon software, providing greater flexibility to end users and greater insights into the way that cryptography and ICSF are implemented on user mainframes. The latest release provides several enhancements to existing options, such […]

Technology executives run the risk of believing that no news is good news Since IT and mainframe managers are so used to SMS and email alerts warning them of system malfunctions, it becomes harder to seek out and solve the problems that are not glaringly obvious. The loudest problems are the ones that get the […]