Kingston's DataTraveler 2000 - an encrypted USB with Keypad Access
This Kingston encrypted USB Flash drive is created to provide the best security features like hardware encryption andPIN protection with an onboard keypad to the IT professionals.
Although cloud computing technology is growing strongly and receiving a lot of support around the world, USB device still plays its important role. Besides functioning as a mean for data storage, the USB has many times faster speed than the cloud computing technology.
Kingston DataTraveler 2000 product is now with high-security features
DataTraveler 2000 is beautifully designed, the easy outer aluminum shell is removable, helping shield and hide the numeric keypad section, integrated on the device itself. When you pull out the outer aluminum cover, a built-in keypad will be there to surprise you.
Especially, on the security aspect, the DataTraveler 2000 features hardware-based, full disk AES 256-bit data encryption in XTS mode. DataTraveler 2000’s alphanumeric keypad allows users to lock the drive with a word or number combination for easy-to-use PIN protection. In case users log in 10 times with an invalid password, the DataTraveler 2000 will automatically lock when it was removed from the computer. More than that, all data stored in the device will be deleted as it is reformated.
The USB comes with three-year warranty and free live technical support as well legendary Kingston reliability
DataTraveler 2000 uses technology from ClevX Datalock certified, LLC. Devices compatible with almost all of the popular operating systems today, from Windows® 10, Windows 8.1, 8, 7 (SP1), Vista® (SP2), Mac OS X v. 10.8.x+, Linux v. 2.6.x+, Chrome OS to Android phone and tablets
The device is designed for individuals, working in enterprises and companies, which always require the highest security features for the work data. Therefore, the data encryption is performed directly on the USB drive itself, without any additional software or hardware drivers, in order to minimize the threats of data stolen.