Millis, MA—Kanguru launched “the world’s first OS agnostic, fingerprint-access hardware-encrypted flash drive,” the company announced. The Kanguru Defender Bio-Elite30 flash drive also offers remote management capability. The new biometric fingerprint-access drive supplants the bulky pinpads and combo keypads of encrypted devices.
More convenient to use, with a tap of the finger, the Bio-Elite30 fingerprint hardware-encrypted drive provides quick access to encrypted files. Moreover, being OS agnostic, the drive works with virtually any machine, from Windows and MacOS, to medical equipment, smart TVs and even ATMs. As a result, it is useful for all types of industries.
“The Defender Bio-Elite30 fingerprint encrypted flash drive has tremendous value for any type of environment,” said Nate Cote, executive vice president of Kanguru. “It’s convenient, secure and versatile.”
Additional Kanguru Defender Bio-Elite30 Features
In addition, featuring AES 256-bit hardware encryption, the new biometric fingerprint encrypted drive allows users to assign multiple finger access for themselves and others they authorize. Permissions can be enabled for full read/write secure entry or read only restricted access to permit users to simply view the encrypted files.
Moreover, the fingerprint-secure flash drive is USB powered. Another feature is a new command console with an onboard browser. In addition, users have the option to remotely manage via the Kanguru Remote Management Console.
Additional features include: an optional onboard antivirus, real-time scanning protection by BitDefender; RSA-2048 digitally-signed secure firmware; and TAA compliance.
The Kanguru Defender Bio-Elite30 comes in the following capacities: 16GB, $89.95; 32GB, $109.95; 64GB, $159.95.
Kanguru Solutions is a global provider in the manufacturing of high-quality secure data storage products. It also provides fully integrated remote management and duplication equipment.