Kingston’s DataTraveler 2000 offers full hardware-based encryption
September 15, 2020

Keep those files safe and secure.

If you’re looking for an ultra-secure USB drive then Kingston’s latest DataTraveler 2000 is the right choice. The drive features an alphanumeric keypad that allows you to use your own password as an extra layer of protection. The DataTraveler 2000 also includes an auto-lock feature as an added security measure that instantly activates once it gets unplugged from the computer.

“While lower capacity drives offer their own benefits, larger capacity encrypted drives have become a necessity with the need to transfer higher amounts of sensitive data files as more people work from home,” said Oscar Escayola, Flash Business Manager, Kingston EMEA. “The 128GB DT2000 joins Kingston’s full line of high-capacity encrypted drives providing security options for consumers all the way up to military-grade.”

Getting into technical details, the DataTraveler 2000 has a FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification and even has a military-grade 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption. This is some next-level security that is used by most IT professionals and enterprises. The DataTraveler 2000 has 128GB of storage, with a built-in OS that runs independently and stores the PIN on the drive.

Stay tuned for a full review of the DataTraveler 2000 soon.

by Victor Philip Ortiz
Tech Enthusiast and Movie Buff. When he’s not busy playing with the latest games, Victor usually spends his time collecting Blu-rays and building his own movie library. As the Online Editor for T3 Middle East, he develops and writes content for which includes reviews, features, and videos in addition to managing its social media and web content.
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