DataLocker Inc., a leading developer of encrypted data storage products, today announced the new DataLocker Personal, a secure encrypted USB 3.0 portable hard drive designed to make secure storage simple and easy to use. The DL Personal joined the DataLocker DL3 and DataLocker Enterprise in the company's expanding secure storage product family.
The DataLocker Personal emphasizes simplicity in operation and ease of use while maintaining high standards for security. The DataLocker Personal features 256 bit AES XTS mode full drive encryption, password protection against brute force attacks and a patented touch screen authentication interface.
"This is an ideal secure storage device for consumers and small businesses who want to quickly and easily protect and secure important data files," said Jay Kim, Founder and COO, DataLocker. "Like our other products, the DataLocker Personal offers high capacity storage, full AES-256 bit hardware encryption, and can be used on Windows PCs, Linux machines and any Mac OS enabled Apple computer. The key is DataLocker has made military-grade security an affordable and usable option for all consumers."
The DataLocker Personal joins the company's family of award-winning personal secured storage devices that feature an enhanced touch screen, secure external USB hard drive with PIN-only access. The encryption and data management is performed at the device level. The DataLocker Personal is platform and operating system independent, which eliminates the need for any software and drivers.
Additional features of DataLocker 3 include:
- Super Speed USB 3.0 interface
- 256 bit AES XTS mode crypto engine
- 500 GB or 1 TB capacity
- TAA, FCC, CE, and ROHS Compliant
- Absolutely no drivers or software
- Multi-lingual user interface
Pricing and Availability
The DataLocker Personal pricing starts at $199 and will begin shipping in Spring 2012. For more details on this product, go to http://datalockerdrive.com/products/personal.html.
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