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Moser Baer Launches Biometric Pen Drives To Strengthen Data Security

Moser Baer India Ltd. announced the launching of a unique biometric pen drive, aimed towards maintaining data confidentiality, protection from data theft and sensitive data leaks.

Easily installable, the biometric pen drive will provide stronger data security, password protection, strong user authentication, file encryption and carries separate public and private space on the disk.

Color coded white, these drives have the capacity of 16GB and is compatible with Windows ME/2000/XP/Vista/MAC OS 9.0 or Linux Kernal 2.4.2. The pen drive has a warranty of two years.

Senior Vice President-Domestic Sales and Marketing Deepak Shetty said, "This is one of our latest offering to our customers to further strengthen the security of the pen drives. The newly launched pen drives have an easy four step installation. The product will help fulfill a major need of the hour in the face of data theft and help fight cyber threats while securing data through its public and private space on the disk."

At the BSE, Moser Baer India closed Friday's trading at Rs.2.91, down 4.90 percent from the previous close.

by RTT Staff Writer

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