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Published: 20 Oct 2012

DATA PROTECTION IronKey Enterprise Secure Flash Drive IronKey Price: From $79 to $299 for 1, 2, 4, and 8 GB devices IronKey Enterprise Secure Flash Drives enable organizations to control access to sensitive information on portable flash drives. Administrators can deny access to a flash drive until it verifies status with a management server, disable access to the device entirely, or destroy the contents to counter loss and theft. Capabilities A All IronKey Flash devices are waterproof, and feature tamper-proofing to foil chip extraction techniques, and limited access attempts before flash contents are destroyed. Each device includes a high-speed, military grade crypto chip that operates in AES Cipher-block mode for data encryption, and that supports 2048-bit RSA keys for PKI and 256-bit SHA for hashing (complies with FIPS Validations 140-2 Level, 186-2, and 197). Each device is also assigned a unique digital certificate. IronKey also provides a secure password store and does not permit encryption keys to be copied to other devices. The unit includes support ... Access >>>

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