IronKey flash memory drive delivers hard-core data security. Fort Worth, TX (WiredPRNews.com)—The IronKey boasts unparalled security with three models and multiple storage sizes.
The flash drive, according to the product’s brushed-steel motif website, is the world’s most secure. According to a non-bylined October 9, 2008 review that appeared on Yahoo.com’s tech page, the IronKey is easy to use and it leaves no trace of the user’s web browsing on computers.
The three models are the Basic, Personal and Enterprise, according to the website. The Basic and Personal models have storage options of 1, 2, 4 and 8 gigabytes each, according to the IronKey website. The Enterprise storage sizes are not listed on the site.
Setting up the IronKey involves plugging it into the USB drive and creating a password and user name, according to the Yahoo.com article. The article stated that the IronKey simply asks for the password when you plug it into the computer and then you are ready to go.
The IronKey is so secure that after 10 consecutive wrong passwords it will permanently delete all of your data, according to the review in Yahoo.com. According to the article, the unit also has a built-in Firefox browser.