Kingston DataTraveler 2000 available in 4 / 8GB capacities

Kingston Digital Europe , the subsidiary of the brand Kingston Digital Company, has just added the capacities of 4 and 8 GB to the already extensive range of DataTraveler 2000 products. These drives are pen drives characterized by incorporating a powerful hardware-based encryption engine . Apart from an alphanumeric keypad to prevent unwanted intrusions inside.

Kingston DataTraveler 2000

DataTraveler 2000 drives are designed for global, small and mid-sized IT security professionals as well as for end users requiring electronic data protection. These drives are compatible with any device with a USB 2.0 or USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 3.0) port . This makes them ideal for work environments where multiple devices and operating systems are used. Each drive is protected with AES 256-bit hardware-based encryption and no software or hardware drivers are required.

DataTraveler 2000 has an alphanumeric keypad. It allows users to lock the unit with a combination of words and numbers for greater protection. The unit resets its values (deleting existing data and requesting a new password). After 10 failed attempts in entering the password to access the information . For greater security. An automatic lockout feature is activated when the unit is removed from the device if it is not turned off properly. Since the beginning of 2016, Kingston has been the owner of all USB and active technology from IronKey, a leading brand in encrypted USB flash drive solutions. Kingston continues the IronKey brand and the tradition of offering FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified solutions to customers who need the highest level of encryption and security. With the IronKey brand, Kingston demonstrates its commitment as a world leader. In trusted encrypted solutions for mobile data.

With this expansion of 4GB and 8GB capabilities to the DataTraveler 2000 line, Kingston increases its wide range of solutions designed for all types of users, from levels of government use to companies and organizations of all sizes: According to Kingston, the reason to introduce these models of smaller capacity is due to difficult data leakage. Especially in the event of loss of DataTraveler 2000 drives. Lower capacity makes it more difficult to transfer data to unauthorized parties in case it falls into the wrong hands.

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