A FIPS-approved flash drive

Planning to lose your USB flash drive and all the files on it? Kanguru Solutions of Millis, Mass., has announced its KanguruMicro Drive AES is now FIPS-140-2 certified. The drive uses 256-bit AES encryption and can hold custom security applications as the agency requires.'Brad Grimes


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