Kingston launches DT6000 ultra secure USB flash drive

Kingston, the brand best known for their flash storage solutions have recently announced the Data Traveler 6000 (DT6000) USB Flash drive. As compared to other flash storage solutions in the market, this flash drive is different in terms of it having the ability to offer ultra secure protection of sensitive data that complies with Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 Level 3 Validation. This drive also provides 100 percent protection that is ideal for the financial service organization and government agencies.

Keeps your data 'ultra' secure

Keeps your data 'ultra' secure


Speaking on the launch of the DT600, Nidhi Sethi, Sales Director for Flash Products of Kingston in India said, “While enterprises and government agencies need to be able to provide remote and mobile employees access to sensitive and confidential data, establishing security policies and deploying USB products that prevent data loss is as important and immediate as an organization’s network security. Using non-secure USB drives makes organizations vulnerable to data loss and breaches that can affect the company’s credibility with its employees, customers and partners. The DT6000 is the most secure USB Flash drive available and will meet the most stringent corporate or government requirements.”

Here are some of the key features of the DT6000 USB Flash drive:


  • FIPS 140-2 Level 3 Validated
  • Ultra-Strong Security Architecture
  • Enforced Complex Password
  • Full Privacy
  • Customizable
  • Tamper-Proof Physical Security Barrier
  • Waterproof
  • Five-year warranty with free customer support
  • Speed up to 11MBps read, 5MBps write
  • Capacities 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB
  • USB 2.0 compliant and 1.1 compatible

This secure flash storage solution comes with a five year warranty along with free customer support. It is available for a market price of Rs. 6,379 for the 2GB variant, Rs. 7,799 for the 4GB drive and Rs. 9,999 for the 8GB model. For more information on the DT6000, click here.

Published Date: Oct 01, 2011 09:58 am | Updated Date: Oct 01, 2011 09:58 am