Cloud storage is fine for most of the data we have to our names these days, but there are some things that you might want to lock up securely, away from prying eyes or worse. For this, there’s the new Toshiba Encrypted USB Flash Drive with top-of-the-line, easy to use security features that will make sure that the only person accessing your data is you.
Those features include military grade (heads up, some tech jargon is to follow) AES 256-bit CBC hardware encryption, plus an built-in keyboard for access to the Toshiba Encrypted USB Flash Drive via PIN. Then there’s something called “Brute Force Hack Defense Mechanism,” which just makes me think of Blackhat, another plus.
Available in versions offering storage from 4GB to 32GB, the Toshiba Encrypted USB Flash Drive starts at $95 over at Amazon here. All four versions appear to be out of stock as of this writing, but Amazon is still accepting orders and will ship them out as soon as possible.