Professional protection for people on the go
The Internet has changed many of the ways poeple lived, work and think. It has also introduced new dangers, like identity theft, into people's lives as companies， employers and governments have begun to collect and store people's personal information.
Enter the IronKey - a tiny USB drive that encrypts files and protects them with a password. Housed in a metal case, the IronKey is filled with a compound that makes it both waterproof and tamperproof. If someone tries to open the cases or enters the wrong password more than ten times, the IronKey will "self-destruct" and destroy all of the data.
The IronKey also provides protection for those using shared computers or an open wireless network. The drive contains its own web browser that channels Internet activity through the IronKey's Security Session Service. This prevents Internet Services Providers(ISPs) and network operators from monitoring users.
The drive leaves virtually no footprints on computers because all passwords and browsing history are stored securely on the IronKey itself. The IronKey offers everyone, from business people to students, privacy and computer security wherever they go.
If you encrypt the message, nobody will know what it says.
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