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Absolute Software Launches Next-Generation of Encryption with Absolute Secure Drive

Absolute extends data and device protection capabilities with launch of firmware-based self-encrypted drive solution

VANCOUVER Feb. 10

Absolute Secure Drive manages self-encrypted drives (SEDs) that meet OPAL specifications, an industry standard released in early 2009 by the Trusted Computing Group (TCG). With Absolute Secure Drive, IT administrators can easily configure and set up OPAL SEDs on each computer in their deployment. Then they can administer users, authentication methods, policies, and system maintenance through to end-of-life, all from a single unified console.

John Livingston

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February 14
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©2011 Absolute Software Corporation. All rights reserved. Computrace and Absolute are registered trademarks of Absolute Software Corporation. LoJack is a registered trademark of LoJack Corporation, used under license by Absolute Software Corporation. LoJack Corporation is not responsible for any content herein. U.S. patents # 5,715,174, # 5,764,892, # 5,802,280, # 5,896,497, # 6,087,937, # 6,244,758, # 6,269,392, # 6,300,863, # 6,507,914, # 7818557, # 7818803. Canadian patents # 2.211.735, # 2,284,806 and # 2,205,370. U.K. patents # EP793823, # GB2298302 and # GB2338101. German patent # 695 125 34.6-08. Australian patent # 699045. Japanese patent # JP4067035. The Toronto Stock Exchange has neither approved nor disapproved of the information contained in this news release.

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