Kanguru: Waterproof Defender 3000 Flash Key Providing SecurityHardware encrypted to protect data on the go
This is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter.com on 2016.12.12
The waterproof Kanguru Defender 3000 hardware encrypted flash drive is a data security device for organizations seeking to protect data on the go.
Kanguru Solutions, a U.S.-based company, designed flash key to address the demanding security standards for government, military and enterprise markets at affordable price.
The rugged alloy housing and epoxy encapsulated cryptographic processor ensures that important information cannot be compromised in any type of environment, helping organizations meet the government data security regulations.
Government-certified Defender 3000 comes with host of features:
FIPS 140-2 certification, level 3
256-bit hardware encryption
Remote management ready
Windows, Mac and Linux compatibility
On-board, real-time anti-virus scanning (30-day free trial)
RSA-digitally-signed secure firmware
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Secure alternative to cloud
There is simply no safer place to store data than within a locally-stored AES hardware encrypted environment. As organizations consider a variety of options to store and conduct business around the world, companies are realizing that storing data in the cloud could be inadequate at times with service interruptions, as well as a few potential security issues. The hardware encrypted Defender 3000 provides security and convenience option, ensuring that the data is secured within the user's possession, backed by password protection, and a compilation of tamper-resistant defenses. Users can take their data anywhere and work remotely, all within the confines of the secure environment.
The company offers pre-loaded data services by request. If an organization requires a large staff to operate with specific pre-loaded software or parameters, the firm can provide a customized solution to meet those needs.
Remote management for advanced security environments
For organizations requiring an additional level of security, the Defender 3000 can be remotely managed by the IT security department. Kanguru Remote Management (KRMC) enables IT administrators to manage the device anywhere in the world, send messages to the user, report on the devices whereabouts and customize the settings of each Defender secure drive. In cases where an organization may need to delete or disable the device due to rogue circumstances, KRMC enables an administrator to remotely wipe or disable the device.