If you are intent on keeping data protected you may be interested in a new encrypted micro SSD unveiled by DataLocker this week in the form of the Sentry K300 Encrypted Micro SSD. The DataLocker Sentry K300 Has been designed to offer users affordable military-grade security with 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption in XTS mode.
The device is capable of providing always on protection for your data documents unlike software-based encryption, the Sentry K300 cryptochip does not export encryption keys to the host PC, thereby protecting against cold-boot and malware attacks, says DataLocker.
“The Sentry K300 is the only platform independent, keypad, micro SSD to incorporate an OLED display to enable advanced security features. The display supports true alpha-numeric password based authentication and a full featured on-board menu system. With modern security policies requiring alpha-numeric passwords, the K300 is the only storage device with full support for alpha and numeric characters. Users can utilize the visual, menu driven system to change passwords, set password policy and enable other security features without ever consulting a manual.”
For more details jump over to the official Sentry K300 SSD product page by following the link below where the product will be officially launched sometime before the end of 2018. As soon as we hear any more about availability and pricing we will keep you up-to-date as always.
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