IronKey has launched the D200 range of flash drives for consumers, government and enterprise customers who want to safely transport large amounts of date.
The D200 is a lower cost drive, which still offers high security and remote update capabilities.
It features new policy enforcement, usability and field-maintenance capabilities, and doubles as a strong authentication token.
The drive is self-defending against physical, malware and password attacks, and its dual-channel architecture enables rapid data transfer rates.
The low cost of the device is due to its multi-level cell (MLC) NAND memory, which can pack more bits compared with Ironkey’s existing S200 series which has a single-level cell (SLC).
This gives a drive with double the capacity at the same price, although the MLC memory will wear out faster than SLC memory.