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If you have not already heard the good news, Kingston Digital has acquired the USB technology and assets of IronKey™ from Imation Corp. Kingston's goal is to ensure a smooth transition for existing IronKey customers and partners – enabling access to products, sales and world class technical support services. Kingston will also leverage its longstanding relationships with Flash memory semiconductors, controller partners and other component makers – as well as our strong channel presence – to bring IronKey products into the future.
In addition, encryption services leader DataLocker® Inc. has purchased the IronKey Enterprise Management Services (EMS) platform which provides centralized management to encrypted USB drives, and has also acquired the IronKey encrypted hard drive business. DataLocker® Inc. will continue to manage the SafeConsole® and Enterprise Management Services (EMS) platforms that both Kingston and IronKey managed encrypted drives utilize.
For product or support information, please click on the product pages and the links will direct you to either Kingston or DataLocker for additional information.
Serious Drives for Safeguarding Serious
Data with Management Service Option
The IronKey™ Cryptochip protects your critical data by keeping encryption key management on the device, where it’s safe and protected. Only after the user logs in with an authorized password will the drive unlock data and applications. IronKey Enterprise drives are FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validated with AES 256-bit hardware encryption, so you can be confident you’re protecting sensitive data and meeting regulatory requirements.
Self-defending IronKey encrypted flash drives provide active protections against the spread of worms, crimeware and other malicious code. You can even set the device to self-destruct after a configurable number of break-in attempts, and a ruggedized, waterproof metal chassis resists physical break-ins and is tamper evident.
Centrally administer access and usage policies across thousands of IronKey Enterprise flash drives with the cloud-based or on-premise IronKey™ Enterprise Management Service or Server. Securely recover access to user devices, force a device to be in read-only mode, remotely force password changes, and re-commission devices that are no longer in use. The IronKey Enterprise flash drive requires an EM Service License for activation.
Administrators can lock out the user completely once the device connects and instruct the IronKey Enterprise drive to initiate the self-destruct sequence.
Manage all your authentication credentials, such as login information to online accounts directly from the drive, and protect them using the same hardware encryption engine that guards your other data. Use the IronKey™ Identity Manager to generate strong complex passwords that are stored and managed without ever leaving the device. IronKey Enterprise devices come embedded with the Mozilla® Firefox® browser with an optional anonymous browsing feature.
Reduce help desk calls with self-service password reset and an intuitive user control panel available in eight languages.
Take advantage of the device’s strong authentication capabilities to consolidate the devices your users need to carry. For Windows computers, IronKey Enterprise devices support one-time password technology such as RSA SecureID®, VeriSign® Identity Protection (VIP) and Cryptocard, as well as X.509 certificates and passwords.
Two drive models allow you to deploy the right combination of performance, longevity and value to fit your mobile security needs.
Centrally administer access and usage policies with the cloud-based or on-premise IronKey Enterprise Management Service or Server.
Remotely disable or terminate lost or stolen USB drives using the IronKey Enterprise Management Service, which provides powerful options to prevent access to rogue devices.
Enforce device-specific policies, including password strength and retry limits, onboard portable applications, and where devices are allowed to be used.
Easily manage thousands of IronKey Enterprise devices. Use an intuitive, secure online interface to apply security policies to their organization's IronKey Enterprise encrypted flash drives. Users can easily self-provision their devices, or you can initialize the devices and deploy them to end users.
Securely recover access to user devices and repurpose devices that are no longer in use.
Extend the value of IronKey Enterprise S250 and D250 Flash Drives with optional features.
S250: 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, or 32GB
D250: 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB
S250: Up to 31MB per second read;
Up to 24MB per second write
D250: Up to 29MB per second read;
Up to 13MB per second write
75mm X 19mm X 9mm
0.9 oz (25 grams)
Operating: 0°C, +70°C
Storage: –40°C, +85°C
USB 2.0 high speed
Windows 10, 8.1,8
Windows 7(SP1), Windows Vista (SP2)
Mac OS X v. 10.9-10.11.x
Linux v. 2.6+
English, German, French, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
Data: 256-bit AES Cipher-Block Chained mode
PKI: 2048-bit RSA
Hashing: 256-bit SHA
FIPS Validations: 140-2 Level 3
The IronKey control panel software is Section 508 Compliant
5 year limited
The IronKey Enterprise flash drive requires an EM Service License for activation.
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