Kingston reported the dispatch of its DataTraveler 2000, a secret key ensured USB in India. The organization says that it is intended to be secure, with an alphanumeric keypad that bolts the drive with a word or number blend. The new USB will be accessible in both, retail and online stores, estimated at Rs 10,000 for 16GB, Rs 14,000 for 32GB and Rs 18,000 for 64GB limits.
DT2000 highlights equipment based, full-plate AES 256-piece information encryption in XTS mode. As per Kingston, the encryption is performed on the drive, not on the host PC, and no hint of the PIN is left on the framework. Its auto-bolt highlight is actuated when the drive is expelled from a gadget, and it erases the encryption key after 10 fizzled interruption endeavors.
This new USB is framework autonomous and is good with Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Chrome OS and Android. It is FIPS 197 ensured and accompanies an outline that shields the drive from water and tidy.
“Kingston DataTraveler 2000 is awesome for clients in a hurry and who needs to keep their information secured”, said Vishal Parekh, Marketing Director, Kingston Technology India. “Clients no longer need to stress over their information as it uses DataLock Technology authorized from ClevX, LLC.”