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datAshur BT reviews

Mar 2021 | ThinkComputers

“Overall, we give the 64GB version of the iStorage DATASHUR BT a 9 out of 10 for not only having speeds very close to its advertised speeds but for an easy-to-use app, as well as excellent security features.”

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Feb 2021 | Tech-Review

“High-quality, albeit fingerprint-prone materials, solid workmanship, splash protection, and the impressive and fully certified encryption are convincing. The transfer rates of the drive have been significantly improved compared to the datAshur PRO² and the omission of the key pad has made it possible for the first time to publish a compact model that can actually be carried on a keychain.”

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Jan 2021 | Nikktech

“The datAshur BT does very well, considering of course that we’re talking about a very compact drive. User authentication via Bluetooth is very convenient and as for its encryption strength I was unable to bypass them, at least with the limited software tools I have at my disposal.”

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Jan 2021 | Tubblog

“I found the datAshur to be a secure and reliable product that works across a number of platforms, and as you carry your smartphone everywhere with you, you’re always able to unlock it safely.”

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Jan 2021 | GTX Arabia

“iStorage won ‘Security Innovation of the Year’ from the BCS & Computing UK IT Industry Awards, which provides a platform for the entire profession to celebrate best practices, innovation and excellence, for iStorage ‘datAshur® AES 256-bit USB flash drive encrypted with a PIN code Access to innovative security measures, ease of use and affordability”

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Nov 2020 | 01Net

“This model contains technology worthy of a James Bond movie to protect your files. The datAshur BT keeps its promises by offering secure storage and easy unlocking if your smartphone has a biometric authentication system. Finally, the key has an IP57 rating, which means that it can fall into the water without causing any problem for your data.”

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Nov 2020 | Gadget Speak

“iStorage continues to push the boundaries with regards to protecting data”

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Nov 2020 | Yandex Zen

“The datAshur BT encrypted flash drive is a logical continuation of the iStorage lineup. It complies with international security criteria FIPS 140-2 Level 3 and will be able to securely keep all the owner’s secrets under lock and key.”

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Nov 2020 | Brilliance Security Magazine

“Finally, a Bluetooth flash drive that meets my needs”

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Nov 2020 | Virtualization Review

“With the recent global trend toward remote work, enterprises are in need of innovative solutions to allow secure user access to data. iStorage has been on the forefront of this trend, and their latest product, the iStorage dataAshur BT, is well-built and has many novel security features.”

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Oct 2020 | Technuovo

“The housing of the iStorage datAshur BT is all metal, giving a nice premium feel and again, protection from drops. And what’s more, if you forget your password, if you haven’t set up the mobile text service, or you get your password wrong 10 times, then it’ll wipe automatically.”

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Oct 2020 | Geekanoids

“It’s a great package, well implemented and love the doubling up of security to protect your data”

“If you would need to keep your data protected and secure then this is well worth it, I can certainly reccomend it”

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Oct 2020 | IftiBashir

“If a secure, fully compatible encrypted and completely independent storage solution is required, the datAshur BT is as good as it gets”

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Oct 2020 | Apple Tech Talk

“For large organizations, this is definitely a secure way to manage data that needs to travel with your staff.”

“The datAshur BT is an easy to use flash drive that provides military grade encryption and easy management, whether used as an individual drive or deployed as an enterprise storage device”

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Oct 2020 | GadgetHead Magazine

“Any data that goes onto the datAshur BT gets instantly encrypted using a FIPS certified AES-XTS 256-bit hardware encryption algorithm. That’s up to military standard, and is GDPR, HIPAA and SOX compliant. Aka, it ticks every security box you could be expected to tick, so if you’re handling documents for work that mustn’t be leaked, you can be confident that you’re covered. Your data is even protected from physical damage – all important parts of the flash drive are coated in a tough epoxy resin, and the drive is IP57 Certified against dust and water.”

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Oct 2020 | Obzorpokupok

“The datAshur BT encrypted flash drive is a logical continuation of the iStorage lineup. Complies with international security criteria FIPS 140-2 Level 3 and will be able to securely keep all the owner’s secrets under lock and key.”

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Oct 2020 | PC Perspective

“If you value your security enough to pay the price for the datAshur BT then it comes with a hearty recommendation.”

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Oct 2020 | ZDNet

“I’ve been very impressed by this drive. It’s actually hugely convenient, and the FIPS validation gives me confidence that I’m not sacrificing security for expediency.”

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Oct 2020 | C'T Magazine

“Together with the (paid) remote management software, the USB stick is ideal for business environments. Not only does the encryption work well, the build quality is also excellent with a robust housing with good dust and water resistance and resin moulded electronics. So doubly safe.”

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Sep 2020 | Tech-Review

“The UK-based expert for self-encrypting portable drives, iStorage, presented its latest product, the datAshur BT, to the public on September 7th, 2020.”

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Mar 2021 | ThinkComputers

“Overall, we give the 64GB version of the iStorage DATASHUR BT a 9 out of 10 for not only having speeds very close to its advertised speeds but for an easy-to-use app, as well as excellent security features.”

03 Mar 2021

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