Although many data are stored today in cloud computing, some data still needs to be stored on a USB memory stick. This can be important for security reasons or for quick access to data anywhere, anytime – even where the Internet is unavailable. While memory keys were big and expensive some time ago, today we get a small USB stick with high capacity and high security.
This is especially true of Kingston's Ironkey D300 memory key, which, in addition to its exceptional robustness and data transfer speed, boasts superior security. Namely, Kingston's IronKey D300, D300S and D300SM memory keys have been certified by NATO as a NIAPC (NATO Information Assurance Product Catalog). This means that the Ironkey D300 family's memory key security is appropriate in all NATO member states, and can be used for both national, civilian and military purposes.
Kingston's Ironkey D300 memory keys are available with USB 2.0 and USB 3.1 Gen1 data interfaces and can store up to eight gigabytes (USB 2.0) or 128 gigabytes of data (USB 3.1 Gen1). Data write speeds are 85 megabytes per second and data read speeds are as high as 250 megabytes per second. Content encryption is provided by the 256-bit AES encryption algorithm in XTS mode. Because the operating news is reliable, the manufacturer guarantees them a five-year warranty.