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Verbatim 8GB Secure n Go

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Verbatim 8GB Secure n Go

The Verbatim Secure n Go is a USB flash drive that is available in a capacity of 8GB. It does not require any driver or software installation, and is compatible with a wide range of network level security applications. It is also capable of being centrally managed by network IT and supports data transfer with up to 160X Read (24MB/sec) and up to 133X Write (20MB/sec) speeds. The device requires a login detai for access and protects data from unauthorized access, and user dat…

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Verbatim 8GB Secure n Go

The Verbatim Secure n Go is a USB flash drive that is available in a capacity of 8GB. It does not require any driver or software installation, and is compatible with a wide range of network level security applications. It is also capable of being centrally managed by network IT and supports data transfer with up to 160X Read (24MB/sec) and up to 133X Write (20MB/sec) speeds. The device requires a login detai for access and protects data from unauthorized access, and user data is protected with powerful hardware based 256bit AES encryption.

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The Verbatim Secure n Go is a Secure FIPS Edition USB Drive designed to meet the requirements of the federal government and is certified by the National Institute of Standards and Technology to meet FIPS 140-2 Level 2 security requirements. The flash drive protects sensitive data, and includes specific safeguards including automated power on self testing of cryptographic functions before each use, and tamper-evident physical protection of the internal security module.This USB drive features a complex hashing algorithm that protects password from being lifted from device or memory location and Hack Resistant Password Entry where the device resets and erases all user data after the 10th failed entry attempt, protecting contents from random guessing or automated brute force access attempts.

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