Kingston Digital's Hardware-Encrypted USB Drive for Data Security

Kingston IronKey USB achieves SySS Pen Test Certificate for enhanced security

Kingston Digital Europe, a flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, has revealed that its Kingston IronKey Vault Privacy 50 series hardware-encrypted USB drives have successfully obtained the SySS Pen Test Certificate. This certification further strengthens the enterprise security credentials of the IronKey product line, assuring customers of its robust protection against potential vulnerabilities and unauthorised access.

SySS, an internationally recognised penetration testing and security consulting company, conducted rigorous and comprehensive assessments on the Kingston IronKey Vault Privacy 50 series. The goal was to evaluate its resistance to various attack vectors and ascertain its overall security profile. After a thorough examination, the IronKey Vault Privacy 50 series passed the drive-level attack suites, proving its reliability and high level of enterprise-grade security.

Oscar Escayola Kaloudis, flash business manager, Kingston EMEA said: “This certification validates the meticulous testing and strict security measures we apply to our products, providing customers with peace of mind and confidence in their data protection strategies. The VP50 series with enterprise-grade security is already FIPS 197 certified and complements our line-up of FIPS 140-3 Level 3 pending  drives, such as the Kingston IronKey Keypad 200 Hardware-encrypted USB Flash Drive,which provide the highest military-grade data protection.”

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