Software for teachers, professors, and educators to securely encrypt and protect private, sensitive information
Teachers, professors, and educators are always looking for effective ways to protect their students' sensitive, private information. USBCrypt is a powerful Windows-based encryption application that protects private information from unauthorized access. It locks the strangers and bad guys out of your students' personal and school data, and provides a layer of protection that is essential for educators.
USBCrypt for Teachers
Teachers use USBCrypt to encrypt USB thumb drives and other removable and fixed drives with strong encryption. The USBCrypt application uses AES encryption to protect files, the strongest protection available in the world of academia. Using USBCrypt, educators can assure their students that their information is safe and secure.
USBCrypt Simplifies File Storage for Educators
To make it easy for educators to work with USBCrypt, the software is completely integrated into the Windows shell. This makes working with encrypted drives easy and intuitive for non-technical people. The USBCrypt's friendly interface is written in ordinary English, and contains no confusing tech-talk.
Drives encrypted with USBCrypt will work perfectly on other Windows computers, even if they don't have USBCrypt software installed on them. This lets teachers safely protect their files when they use a USB thumb drive or other removable disk to move these files between school office and home office. Even if you lose a USB drive that contains your school-related information or personal data, it will be completely safe from other students' and teachers' eyes. Without the proper password, nobody will be able to access your encrypted files. This makes USBCrypt the perfect tool for making routine backups of all of your data.
USBCrypt Works on All Windows Hard Drives
Most professors and teachers store their sensitive data on some combination of internal hard drives, portable hard drives, USB thumb drives, flash memory drives, and rewritable discs. If your Windows-based computer recognizes the drive that you're working on, USBCrypt can encrypt it and protect it. There is currently no technology available that allows people to break into USBCrypt's AES encryption regimen. Your students' schoolwork information will be safe and secure.
Teachers Don't Need To Understand Data Storage Technology
Unlike many encryption applications, USBCrypt doesn't require teachers to understand complicated concepts such as NTFS and FAT/FAT32. The software can handle all of these protocols effortlessly. USBCrypt automatically determines the type of drive that you're using, so you can concern yourself with your students test scores, reports, and term papers.
Some teachers worry that their huge libraries of student information, perhaps containing years of reports and presentations, might be too large for most software packages to encrypt. USBCrypt can encrypt drives of any size, from one megabyte to the upper limit of Windows. After the initial encryption of your sensitive information, your large drives will work just as fast as the small ones.
Store Classroom Data Securely on Any Windows Computer
USBCrypt runs on desktops, laptops, netbooks, workstations, servers, and tablet computers. If your computer runs Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8, or 10 - including the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of these operating systems - then USBCrypt is the ideal solution for keeping your students' information safe and secure.
USBCrypt is Affordable
A single-user business license for USBCrypt costs only $99.95(US). It's an affordable price for ensuring that your students' information is safe and secure.
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