BSD USB Encryption

 

There are several manufacturers of encrypted USB drives. The following models are durable and provide strong encryption suitable for confidential data such as PHI and PII.

Apricorn Aegis USB Storage

This hardware-encrypted USB flash drive unlocks with an onboard PIN pad. Compatible with any operating system that supports USB.

The Aegis Secure Key line packs a ton of data security features into the smallest of form factors. Software-Free, 256-Bit AES hardware encrypted, FIPS validated, and eight storage capacities ranging from 4GB to the industry-leading 480GB.

For more information on Apricorn Aegis USB Storage, please visit their website here.

Available to purchase via Buysite.     

To order – Login to Buysite with your CNET ID.  Under Shop->Everything, search for “Aegis”, and a list of Apricorn Aegis USB Flash Drives will be available to order at a discount.

Note: Work with your Executive Administrator to place an order if you don’t have direct access to Buysite

IronKey USB Storage

Kingston Digital has acquired IronKey from Imation.  For more information on the acquisition, please visit the notification here.

The following IronKey Models are still an acceptable hardware-encrypted USB flash drive solution:

IronKey D300

IronKey S1000

Uses strong hardware-based encryption. Waterproof and tamperproof. Deletes data after 10 failed access attempts. Supports Windows, Mac, and Linux. No Administrator access required. Compatible with any operating system.

For more information on IronKey USB Storage, please visit the Kingston website here.

Available to purchase via Buysite.  

To order – Login to Buysite with your CNET ID.  Under Shop->Everything, search for “IronKey”, and a list of IronKey USB Flash Drives will be available to order at a discount.

Note: Work with your Executive Administrator to place an order if you don’t have direct access to Buysite.

Kingston USB Storage

Kingston Digital offers a number of different hardware-encrypted USB Flash drives that can fit your needs with varying ease of use.

The following Kingston models are acceptable hardware-encrypted USB flash drive solution:

DataTraveler 2000

DataTraveler Vault Privacy 3.0

DataTraveler 4000G2

Uses 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption in XTS mode, to safeguard 100 percent of confidential data. For added peace of mind, the drive enforces complex password protection and locks down and reformats after 10 intrusion attempts..

For more information on Kingston USB Storage, please visit the Kingston website here.

Available to purchase via Buysite.

To order – Login to Buysite with your CNET ID. Under Shop->Everything, search for “Kingston”, and a list of Kingston USB Flash Drives will be available to order at a discount.

Note: Work with your Executive Administrator to place an order if you don’t have direct access to Buysite.

 

For devices that only support newer USB-C connectivity, we recommend purchasing one of the above flash drives as well as a USB-A to USB-C adapter. These are also sold on BuySite and can be found by searching the term “USB-C to USB-A adapter” or searching the part number “30568905”.