User:Endareth/Comparison of encrypted external drives

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Template:Stub This is a technical feature comparison of commercial encrypted external drives.

Contents

Background information

Name Developer/Manufacturer Release Year Current Model?
IronKey S100 IronKey 2005 No
IronKey S200 IronKey 2009 Yes
IronKey D200 IronKey 2009 Yes
IronClad Lockheed Martin 2010 Yes
JumpDrive SecureII Plus Lexar Yes
SafeStick BlockMaster Yes
DataTraveler 5000 Kingston Technology 2009 Yes
DataTraveler Locker+ Kingston Technology Yes
DataTraveler Vault Kingston Technology Yes
DataTraveler Vault – Privacy Edition Kingston Technology Yes
Cruzer Enterprise SanDisk Yes
Store 'n' Go Corporate Verbatim Yes
Name Developer/Manufacturer Release Year Current Model?

Operating systems

Name Windows NT-based Pre-Windows NT Windows Mobile/Pocket PC FreeBSD Linux Mac OS NetBSD OpenBSD
IronKey S100 Yes No No No Yes Yes No No
IronKey S200 Yes No No No Yes Yes No No
IronKey D200 Yes No No No Yes Yes No No
IronClad Yes No No No Yes Yes No No
JumpDrive SecureII Plus Yes Template:Unk Template:Unk Template:Unk Template:Unk Template:Unk Template:Unk Template:Unk
SafeStick Yes Template:Unk Template:Unk Template:Unk Template:Unk No Template:Unk Template:Unk
DataTraveler 5000 Yes No No No No No No No
DataTraveler Locker+ Yes No No No No Yes No No
DataTraveler Vault Yes No No No Public partition only Public partition only No No
DataTraveler Vault – Privacy Edition Yes No No No No Yes No No
Cruzer Enterprise Yes Template:Unk Template:Unk Template:Unk Template:Unk Yes Template:Unk Template:Unk
Store n' Go Corporate Yes Template:Unk Template:Unk Template:Unk Template:Unk Template:Unk Template:Unk Template:Unk
Name Windows NT-based Pre-Windows NT Windows Mobile/Pocket PC FreeBSD Linux Mac OS NetBSD OpenBSD

Features

  • Bootable: Whether (with the appropriate OS installed on the drive and supporting BIOS on a computer) the drive can be used to boot a computer.
  • Encryption Type: Type of encryption used.
  • Certification: Whether FIPS 140-2 or similar validation has been passed.
  • Managed: Whether enterprise level management software for maintaining large numbers of devices is included.
  • Interface: List of USB, Firewire, eSATA, or other interfaces for connection a computer.
  • Max Capacity: Maximum size drive is available in.
  • Included Software: List of any included software, excluding any standard freeware or trialware obtainable by an end user.
  • Other Features: Other notable features that differentiate the device.
Name Bootable Encryption Type Certification Managed Interface Max Capacity Included Software Other Features
IronKey S100 No AES 128-bit CBC Hardware Encryption FIPS 140-2 Level 2 Enterprise Model only USB 2.0 16GB Identity Manager; Secure Sessions
IronKey S200 No AES 256-bit CBC Hardware Encryption FIPS 140-2 Level 3 Enterprise Model only USB 2.0 16GB Identity Manager; Secure Sessions
IronKey D200 No AES 256-bit CBC Hardware Encryption FIPS 140-2 Level 3 Enterprise Model only USB 2.0 32GB Identity Manager; Secure Sessions
IronClad Yes AES 256-bit CBC Hardware Encryption FIPS 140-2 Level 3 Yes 16GB USB 2.0
JumpDrive SecureII Plus No Hardware FIPS 140-2 ? USB 2.0
SafeStick No Hardware FIPS 140-2 ? USB 2.0
DataTraveler 5000 No AES 256-bit XTS Hardware Encryption FIPS 140-2 Level 2[1] No USB 2.0 16GB Water resistant
DataTraveler Locker+ No Hardware Encryption No No USB 2.0 32GB No
DataTraveler Vault No AES 256-bit Hardware Encryption No No USB 2.0 32GB DTVaultLock Second unsecured partition
DataTraveler Vault – Privacy Edition No AES 256-bit Hardware Encryption No No USB 2.0 32GB Waterproof to 4'
Cruzer Enterprise No Hardware FIPS 140-2 ? Yes USB 2.0
Store 'n' Go Corporate No Hardware FIPS 140-2 ? USB 2.0
Name Bootable Encryption Type Certification Managed Interface Max Capacity Included Software Other Features

See also

Notes and references

  1. Level 3 Pending
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