Kingston releases black box USB drive

Protect your organization’s portable data and comply with data-at-rest agency directives by choosing Kingston’s new, ultra-secure DataTraveler® BlackBox USB Flash drive. It’s FIPS 140-2 Level 2 certified and features 256-bit, hardware-based AES encryption, enforced complex password protection and device lockdown after a specified number of invalid attempts, to prevent brute force attacks.

DataTraveler BlackBox is rugged and waterproof (up to 4 feet), with a titanium-coated, stainless steel casing for added data protection. And it’s easy to set up and use, with no admin rights or application installation required. (link)

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  1. 1 kingston black box flash drive Trackback on May 12, 2008 at 10:15 am

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