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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—January 2014 Advanced Software Products Group (ASPG) has announced changes to ReACT, its enterprise-grade self-service password reset software, that further extend the reach and usability of the system for both end users and administrators alike. The changes enhance ReACT accessibility across all operating systems and devices. ReACT is a self-service password reset and synchronization […]

On this blog, we’ve discussed many of the important elements of data security, including encryption, access controls, multi-factor authentication, password management, and many others. However, no data security strategy is complete without physical control over the hardware. A comprehensive data security system requires physical control over the mainframe hardware and its connected components. Auditing a […]

Naples, FL—January 2014 Advanced Software Products Group (ASPG) has announced changes to ReACT, its enterprise-grade self-service password reset software, that now provide the highest possible levels of password reset security through its use of multi-factor authentication (“MFA”). ReACT, a self-service password reset and synchronization software tool for Help Desk installations, allows users to reset their […]

Companies put encryption in place to protect their most valuable data. Properly implemented encryption adds a crucial layer of security to a database. In addition to strong access controls and multi-factor authentication, encryption can protect data from misuse, even if someone steals the hardware. In case of stolen hardware (which would be pretty challenging to […]

There are plenty of reasons for a business to make sure its data is secure. Not least of these is avoiding the embarrassment of landing in a conspicuous spot on one of the many “Top Ten Worst Data Breaches of 2013” lists. Some breaches come about through a mistake or negligence on the part of […]

For the past two decades, the mainframe has been on a constant deathwatch with IT “experts” and analysts regularly predicting its downfall and extinction. However, the mainframe, both as a style of hardware and as a computing platform, has survived, thrived, and evolved to overcome each computing challenge it has had to face. And now […]