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Encrypted USB flash drives for mobile data protection

CODi : 10 August, 2009  (New Product)
CODi's new USB flash memory is equipped with I-Shield security technology for encryption and protection of data on the move
CODi, a provider of solutions to simplify mobile life, is introducing a line of Encrypted USB Flash Memory Drives.

With privacy and corporate data protection a growing concern, CODi responded to its customers' needs for a secure portable data storage solution. The drives (available in 2, 4 and 8GB) protect valuable data with i-Shield encryption security.

i-Shield security technology maximizes drive performance through CODi's unique hardware encryption chip set rather than external software. Furthermore, by utilizing hardware encryption, CODi encrypted drives ensure that 100% of all data stored on the drive is fully encrypted with effort on the part of the end user.

CODi's Encrypted Flash Memory Drives use industry-standard 128 bit AES-CBC hardware-based encryption algorithms--the same technology used by top government departments and security agencies. CBC (Cipher Block Chaining) algorithms ensure randomly encrypted data patterns to prevent plain text attacks. The drive is 100% encrypted, with no public partitioning available.

Additional password features provide enhanced levels of security. Auto-run software prompts users to set a new password immediately upon first use. The alpha-numeric password requires at least one letter and one number within its five minimum, 16 maximum character limitations. The device will automatically deletes all data and reformats after six invalid password attempts in order to prevent brute force attacks.
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