Information in the right hands may be more than useful. But how to ensure their effective protection against unauthorized access? DataTraveler 2000 is a specialist on it. It has hardware data encryption (256-bit AES) using the specified password on your own keyboard. It is making it universally applicable to any device with USB, since unlocking is performed on the disc. Moreover, in the connected device can not remain a trace of your passwords. After disconnecting the device from the USB stick automatically locks again. If someone tried to infiltrate after 10 unsuccessful attempts, the data will be deleted.
Getting information into the right hands can be the key to success. But how do you ensure absolute protection against unauthorised access? The DataTraveler 2000 is designed to be secure. It has hardware-based data encryption (256-bit AES) with an alphanumeric keypad, making it universally usable with any USB device because encryption is performed directly on the drive and no trace of the PIN is left on the system. After disconnecting, the USB drive automatically locks again. The drive also erases the stored data automatically after 10 unsuccessful login attempts.
The DataTraveler 2000 works well with almost any operating system and requires no additional software or drivers. It is compatible with Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Chrome OS, Android, and thin clients. Although the drive can be used with any USB device, USB 3.1 will yield the best results. It is equally user-friendly but offers a significant performance boost compared to the previous generation.