Kingston launched its secure data storage USB drive in its DataTraveler 2000 series. The drive uses alphanumeric keypad that locks the access. You can set a word, number or alpha-numeric combination to secure the same. The DT2000 features hardware-based, full-disk AES 256-bit data encryption in XTS mode. Encryption is performed on the drive, not on the host computer, and no trace of the PIN is left on the system. Its auto-lock feature is activated when the drive is removed from a device, and it deletes the encryption key after 10 failed intrusion attempts.
These USB drives are available at an MRP of Rs. 10,000/- for 16GB, Rs. 14,000/- for 32GB and Rs. 18,000 for 64GB capacities. The USB drives are system independent and is compatible with Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Chrome OS and Android. It is FIPS 197 certified that meets a frequently requested corporate IT requirement, and its durable design protects the drive from everyday elements such as water and dust.