datAshur Personal² - 32GB USB Flash Drive with Pincode

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Article number: IS-FL-DAP3-B-32
Availability: In stock (10)
Delivery time: 3-7 business days

The datAshur Personal² secures data you don’t want others to see, from family photos to files of a more sensitive nature, so you will never have to worry about your personal or company files falling into the wrong hands!

The datAshur Personal² incorporates a rechargeable battery allowing the user to enter a 7-15 digit PIN onto the on-board keypad before connecting the drive to a USB port. All data transferred to datAshur Personal² is encrypted in real-time with the built in hardware encryption engine and is protected from unauthorised access even if the datAshur Personal² is lost or stolen. The datAshur Personal² automatically locks when unplugged from the host computer or power to the USB port is turned off, operates straight out of the box and does not require any software or drivers to be installed.

Did you know that millions of external data storage devices are lost or stolen every year and this figure is rising. Have you ever considered the impact of losing your non-encrypted USB device? Your data would be at the mercy of anyone who stumbles across it. Loss of confidential data can have a devastating effect on both businesses and consumers. It could lead to a hefty fine, the downfall of a business, embarrassment, job losses and adverse media attention.

More information: datasheet

Type: USB Flash Drive
Capacity: 32GB
Cryptography: AES 256 BIT XTS, SHA-256 hashing
Dimensions: 83mm x 17.4mm x 8.6mm (L x W x D)
Interface: USB 3.0 high speed, backward compatible with 1/2
Manageable: no software required
Standards and certifications: FIPS PUB 197 Validated, FCC CE, ROHS, WEEE, C-Tick / RCM Certified
Compatibility: Windows, Mac, Linux, Chrome, Android, Thin Clients, Zero Clients, Embedded Systems, Citrix, VMware
Warranty: 3 year limited
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