Sunday, March 19, 2006

"You forgot your password and tried WHAT??"

Urban nomads travel, and they carry data around. And just like companies who don't want to rely on lobbyists for protection against security breaches they suffer from security breach anxiety.

Fear no more, Kingston to the fore: here is the DataTravel Elite Privacy-Edition. Kingston's unfortunate naming habits aside, this memory key not only offers 128-bit data encryption, but also wipes itself clean after 25 failed attempts to access. Cool.

"Even one renegade (or lazy) employee presents a compliance risk," Kingston's press release reads. Guess they read this blog. Available in various sizes, from 256MB to 4GB.

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