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November 22, 2010

CMS unveils new Secure Encrypted Flash Drives

Pre-loaded AES 256-bit encryption software, available up to 128 GB capacities

By CBR Staff Writer

CMS Products, a developer of data security, business continuity and content management technologies, has expanded its Secure Encrypted Flash Drive product line for ensuring data security.

Secure Encrypted Flash Drives enables users to securely protect the data stored on the USB flash drive, which is now available in capacities up to 128GB.

The Secure Encrypted Flash Drives are bus-powered and the AES 256-bit encryption software is pre-loaded and resident on the flash drive.

The new Secure Encrypted Flash Drives support a screen-displayed virtual keyboard to defeat key loggers, complex password structures, a lock down feature in the event of multiple incorrect password entries and the ability to add up to two administrative passwords for help desk support.

The Secure Encrypted Flash Drives leave no trace of data on the computer when a flash drive is removed and is instantly locked and fully secure upon removing the flash drive from the USB port.

CMS Products president Ken Burke said users demand high levels of capacities without sacrificing the performance and security of the flash products that the company develops.

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"The Secure Encrypted Flash Drive is for those users who need their data to be portable, yet completely safe and unable to be accessed by unauthorised people," Bruke said.

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