Apricorn (www.apricorn.com) has added three new sizes to their Aegis Secure Key 3.0 line, raising the total number of capacity options to seven (8GB, 16GB, 30GB, 60GB, 120GB, 240GB, and 480GB.) Pricing starts at $99.
“This is our most advanced product to date; besides packing half a terabyte of encrypted data into a thumbdrive, we have expanded its feature set to surpass any rival,” says Mike McCandless, Apricorn’s vice president of Sales and Marketing. “And keeping true to the Apricorn tradition, The ASK 3.0 is completely software-free, cross-platform compatible with any OS, and has embedded authentication so no security parameters are ever shared with the host.”
He adds that, beyond the expansion in size range, the Secure Key 3.0 carries the highest portable device security validation that the NIST grants: FIPS 140-2 level 3, and boasts a list of features including: separate admin and user modes, two read-only modes, forced enrollment, programmable brute-force defense, a lock-override mode, plus a host of additional features that permit the Secure Key 3.0 to adhere to most security policies.