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Super Talent debuts DataGuardian USB drives

Posted on Friday, February 11 2011 @ 12:51:34 CET by

Super Talent introduced three new DataGuardian USB 2.0 flash drives, these thumb drives are password protected and available in sizes of 4GB, 8GB and 16GB.
Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced the DataGuardian TM, a password protected USB flash drive that makes data security easy, affordable and usable.

By now almost everyone who owns a PC is familiar with USB flash drives. They are incredibly useful and have become an indispensable part of our computing environments. We all know that we should be using a secure solution, but the fact is security solutions are expensive, cumbersome and limit the usefulness of a flash drive. Most security solutions require the installation of a program, managing public/ private partitions and administrative rights. These limitations often create more problems then they solve and have dramatically slowed the adoption of secure USB devices.

Finally, there's a solution to keep your data safe without public and private partitions or even the need for software. Simply plug in the DataGuardian and an application is automatically launched from the drive's firmware (on-chip). Simply enter your password and you will have access to your data; unplug the drive and the drive is secure once again. The DataGuardian also blocks all Auto-run based malware attacks; a malware propagation technique that as become the #1 distribution method for recent virus attacks targeted at USB flash drives.



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