To unlock the device, simply enter your unique 7-15 digit PIN.
Advanced portable data security via built-in AES-CBC 256-bit full disk hardware encryption engine.
High speed USB 2.0 data transfer speeds.
Starting from £39
FIPS 140-2 is a critical and globally recognised metric that demonstrates that the technology device has passed a stringent set of rigorous testing procedures and meets the highest standard set for encryption algorithms and data protections.
Employing AES-CBC 256-bit full disk hardware encryption, the datAshur seamlessly encrypts all data on the drive whilst at rest, keeping your data safe even if the flash drive falls into the wrong hands.
Up to 27 MB/s read speed and 24 MB/s write speed.
Which makes it perfect for corporate and government deployment. If the user forgets their PIN, the drive can be unlocked by the admin PIN, the admin can then allow the user to set a new PIN.
No software required.
Works on any device with a USB port!
compatible with: MS Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, Chrome, Thin Clients, Zero Clients, Embedded Systems, Citrix and VMware
If user or admin PIN is entered incorrectly 10 consecutive times, encryption key and data will be lost forever. The device will revert to the factory default settings and will need to be formatted before use.
Designed with protection in mind, the datAshur wear resistant keypad hides key usage to avoid tipping off a potential hacker to commonly used keys.
The datAshur automatically locks when unplugged from the host computer or power to the USB port is turned off.
All data and encryption keys are always encrypted whilst at rest.
USB 2.0 - compatible with USB 1 / 3
4 GB 8 GB 16 GB 32 GB
MS Windows, macOS, Linux, Chrome, Android, Thin Clients, Zero Clients, Embedded Systems, Citrix and VMware
AES-CBC 256-bit full disk hardware encryption
3 Year Warranty with free lifetime technical support
XX = drive size in GBs
*Some of the listed capacity on the datAshur range is used for formatting and other functions and thus is not available for data storage. As such, the actual available capacity for data storage is less than what is listed on the products.