Portable storage for the paranoid: We test two secure USB drives on keypad vs. software security

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Portable storage for the paranoid: We test two secure USB drives on keypad vs. software security
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2894...eypad-vs-software-security.html#tk.nl_pcwbest

"Congratulations: You’ve decided your data is sensitive enough (or you’re paranoid enough) to store it on a secure USB drive. Basically encrypted storage on a stick, these portable flash drives come with FIPS 140-2 level three validation, meaning the cryptographic module will be rendered inoperable if tampering is detected. It costs quite a bit to acquire validation, which is part of the reason for premium pricing of these drives."

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