Kingston Digital Inc. of Fountain Valley has reduced prices and increased storage capacity for its secure USB Flash drives, making data protection more accessible to corporations and government bodies. The drives, designed to protect sensitive government, corporate and customer data, offer maximum military-grade security and peace of mind.
According to a 2011 report by the Ponemon Institute, USB Flash drives can put users’ data at risk, increasing companies’ risk of a loss of finances and consumer trust, as well as the need for secure USB drives.
Two of Kingston’s most popular secure USB drives, the DataTraveler 4000 and the DataTraveler Vault – Privacy, are now available with increased capacities of 32GB and 64B for $292 and $404, respectively. Other drives are available in sizes of 2GB to 64GB.
“Kingston continues to be the market leader in secure USBs for government and corporate applications, responding quickly to market requirements and evolving threats,” said John Terpening, secure USB business manager for Kingston. “Understanding that the demands continue to increase within a constrained economic environment, Kingston has designed these new upgrades and price reductions to ensure the highest levels of security at an affordable price.”
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