Kingston has added lower capacities to its family of DataTraveler 2000 encrypted USB flash drives. The new models of 4GB and 8GB join the series' current 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB models - all of which are FIPS-197 certified.
Specifically built for IT professionals, businessmen, and corporate end users, the DataTraveler 2000 drives have 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption and PIN protection with access through an onboard alphanumeric keypad. They are compatible with any device that supports a USB 2.0 or USB 3.1 Gen 1 port.
Just like a safe, the DataTraveler 2000's alphanumeric keypad allows the user to lock the drive with a number combination. For added security, it auto-locks itself after being ejected from the host device. If a person makes 10 invalid login attempts, the drive resets and deletes any data stored inside it.If you like to keep your data safe from prying eyes and don't suffer from a short attention span, then you might want to give this flash drive a try.