Electronic Data Protection-Buy or DYI!Randy Mitchell
Electronic Data Protection-Buy or DYI! I’ve talked about Faraday pouches that protect digital data hacks before. They are security pouches used by government, police, and big business. These pouches prevent data tampering or theft by wireless access. Phones, laptops, and PDAs are protected from wireless access while inside the pouch. These pouches work using the “Faraday Cage Effect” created by metalized textiles. The metalized textiles block passage of electromagnetic fields through pouch walls. This same technology is now available to the general public. Pouches constructed with the same metalized conductive textiles are available at our online Shopping Site.
Electronic Data Protection-Buy or DYI! VTT markets the conductive metalized textiles to make these pouches. Our Research and Development team provides technical advice to help our customers design their bags. VTT is a full cut and sew facility. In this way, we can help you take your product from idea to prototype to final product. It doesn’t stop there, VTT can then produce and offer private labeling for your product. Some of our biggest customers began with a good idea and a small quantity of material. Their “good idea” became a huge success with high sales!
Electronic Data Protection-Buy or DYI! I mentioned that these Pouches can be made at home. Functional Faraday Pouches can be made with the right products. VTT has the world’s largest selection of conductive textiles and threads. The key to security is the quality of the conductive materials. Great metalized textiles make a great Faraday Cage. A great Faraday Cage means great data security. Double thickness and tight seam lines at fabric edge and the closure points prevent RF entry! Conductive Velcro is also a great method for a double fold closure point.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about Shielded Pouches and the textiles used to make them.
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