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Bellridge Pty Limited is an Australian company that has been supporting organisations throughout the pacific with enterprise-wide security solutions for almost twenty years. Our experience with a range of consultants and cisos from government departments, publically traded giants and emerging enterprise; has allowed us to develop a suite of software and hardware applications to tackle the ever-changing, always sophisticated security technology landscape.
Mining is a cyclical industry, so organisations have been wary of making big changes, but trends suggest that this could be changing. According to the Mine-Site Technology Adoption Survey, 2022 Update analysis from GlobalData, 39% of mines are expected to invest in battery electric vehicles in the coming two years, compared with only 23% in the Q4 2020 survey.
So, what is pushing this increased interest in battery electric vehicles? Decarbonisation is one clear factor, with sustainability being a pressing global issue. Other growing investment areas in mining technology, such as management software, collision avoidance, fatigue detection, and predictive maintenance, imply that mines are increasingly looking to utilise technology for safety and optimising productivity.
TowHaul machine. Credit: Shuterstock
With diesel vehicles accounting for 30% to 50% of greenhouse emissions at a mine site, replacing them with a battery-electric fleet is a sure way to drastically reduce overall CO2 emissions, but how else can mines benefit from this technology?
Leading underground manufacturers Normet believe the answer lies with SmartDrive. This architecture for battery electric vehicles (BEV) was developed in collaboration with customers, building on feedback, predicting future trends, and assessing the limitations of diesel engines, and comes with a wealth of benefits for operators.
Above and beyond the call of duty
It’s an IT world comprised of opposing corporate forces. On one hand, we have enormous demands to increase worker productivity and support an ever-changing, distributed and mobile workforce, while on the other hand, we are being asked to secure our corporate network access and our underlying data.
Meet today's tough data security compliance and exceed even the toughest government regulatory standards with kanguru.
Frank Smith, Founder and CEO of TowHaul
Technology has become increasingly more complex, and consequently, there is a rising need for better, more secure solutions to store sensitive data.Data protection does not have to be achieved through complicated means, or at the sacrifice of convenience. Kanguru makes it easy with their range of secure, encrypted USB solutions and quality portable data storage options featuring solid AES 256-bit hardware encryption, remote management capabilities, robust on-board anti-virus, and the highest levels of certification.
Guarding against brute-force
As a scalable solution that can be used by any sized company - from individuals and small businesses, to large enterprise corporations, military and government alike - the Kanguru Defender secure USB drives provide the very best in AES hardware encryption and are fully protected with digitally-signed RSA--2048 secure firmware to help organisations secure their information and comply with stringent government regulations and tight security laws.
To ensure the physical protection of the hardware encrypted chip inside, and guard against any brute force attempts, Kanguru pursues a variety of world-renowned and widely-respected security certifications including FIPS 140-2 and Common Criteria Certification - offering you the absolute best in USB security along with best practices for the highest quality encryption.
Additionally, the remote management options available on all Defender USB drives provide exceptional security options you can't find anywhere else. With remote management, organisations can monitor, manage, track and interact with assigned USB drives anywhere in the world. Wherever your data is stored, whether it’s at rest or out in the field, Kanguru will keep it safe.
TowHaul machine. Credit: Shuterstock
Why trust today's information with yesterday's security?
All Kanguru Defender Secure USB flash drives are password protected and provide the best solution for complying with demanding government and security regulations. With a range of models to choose from, you can decide the best features that are right for your organisation:
- Military Grade Kanguru Defender 3000 : AES 256-bit Hardware encrypted USB 3.0 flash drive boasting XTS Mode Encryption, FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification, and remote management capabilities – the ultimate data storage solution for high data security.
- Industrial Grade Kanguru Defender Elite300 : SuperSpeed USB 3.0 secure flash drive with physical write-protect switch, AES 256-bit hardware encryption & FIPS 140-2 Level 2 certification - meet any demanding regulatory security standards.
- Commercial Grade Kanguru Defender Elite30 : Hardware encrypted flash drive with physical write protect switch, AES 256-bit hardware encryption and Superspeed USB 3.0 interface - the fastest drive on the market loaded with security features and convenience.
- Fingerprint Access Kanguru Defender Bio-Elite30 : Biometric flash drive offering best-in-class AES 256-bit hardware encryption, optional remote management capability, onboard AntiVirus and OS platform agnostic- secure access with just the tap of a finger.
Secure. Anytime. Anywhere.