64GB USB Drive Introduced By MXI Security

MXI Security 64GBThe leader provider of portable security solutions, MXI Security, introduced a new device for its Stealth line of secure USB devices, which offers protection of data, applications and network access.

Powered by the first in the world security processor for USB devices, Bluefly, the new device has a capacity of 64GB and features AES 256-bit hardware encryption and up to three factor authentication like combinations of password, and others. The range of Stealth products is FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validated.

“Mobility has become a norm throughout the entire organizational workforce and it has lead to increased demands for higher capacity USB-based flash drives to securely carry various types of data,” said Julian Reusing, MXI Security’s President, North America.

The new MXI Security 64GB Portable Devices are also perfectly suited for customers from the government that demand secured high-capacity devices.

More than 800,000 USB Devices are stolen or lost every year, and MXI Security is here to offer a portable security solution. The MXI Security Stealth Product range of portable devices includes from 1GB to 64GB capacity in flash devices and from 250GB to 500GB hard drive devices.

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