Introducing the Kingston DataTraveler 2000 64GB Flash Drive
Kingston’s DataTraveler 2000 is designed with security in mind. Actually, that’s what sets it apart from other flash drives. Housed in an attractive blue aluminum sheath, the DataTraveler 2000 requires an alphanumeric PIN to be used. If data security is a concern, and it should be, this drive should be at the top of your list of drive choices. Full Disk AES 256-bit data encryption is done right on the drive. If you’re a system administrator, you can set an administrator PIN for easy provisioning for your end-users and to reset a PIN should a user forget their PIN. I found the first use quite easy. You’ll need to visit Kingston’s support page, linked below, in order to provision the drive, but their tutorial videos are easy to follow. Once you have set the drive up with your own PIN, the user experience is like any other flash drive: Unlock with your PIN, plug the drive into a USB port, and it’s ready to go.