With increasing pressure on organizations to protect and control client data, greater measures are needed to tackle the areas of concern and lax security, one of which is portable data products. Hypertec have responded to these concerns with the release of the DataSafe USB flash drives, offering government standard 256-bit AES hardware encryption. DataSafes contain a private data section which is encrypted and accessible via a failsafe password, and a small read-only area which is seen upon startup. The combination of encryption and password make this a very secure method of carrying data: even if the device was opened and the flash chips removed, the data held therein would still be inaccessible.
Hypertec's EnCrypt PLUS drive features 256 bit AES EnCryption using Integral Hardware EnCryption, enforcing password generation rules to ensure that user data is only accessible by password.
EnCrypt PLUS's SafeErase function removes all traces of data to protect from illegal restoring.
Hot Plug and Play allows EnCrypt PLUS to be removed and inserted at any time, another key advantage is that EnCrypt PLUS does not require administrative rights to unlock the device