McAfee Encrypted USB devices keep sensitive data safe and secure, wherever it goes. A variety of Encrypted Device options are available- hard disks range in storage size from 250 GB to 750 GB, while sticks range from 1 GB to 64 GB.
Centralized management with McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator® (ePO™) Extend company-wide security policies to USB drives, ensuring data stored on these devices is protected if they are lost or stolen. Initialize any McAfee Encrypted USB device simply by plugging the device into any McAfee ePO-managed machine with its unique “no-touch” initialization capabilities.
Standard driverless secure USB storage Protect sensitive information on McAfee Encrypted USB storage devices wherever it travels with built-in strong user access controls and data encryption
Driverless zero footprint technology Gain maximum flexibility with encrypted USB storage devices that feature no client footprint; no software installation or administrator's rights are needed
Two-factor authentication Require employees to use a password and a second form of identification, such as a fingerprint, to access their data on encrypted USB storage devices; a maximum number of authentication retries may be set to counter brute-force attacks
Secure token services Keep identities secure while enabling McAfee Encrypted USB storage devices to provide corporate and personal credential validation and protection
Extensive auditing capabilities Demonstrate compliance with industry and government regulations and prove that the device was encrypted at the time of a loss with extensive auditing capabilities.
Install and run applications directly and securely from the USB device Allow users to conveniently and securely run applications wherever they go
Strong Hardware encryption All data on McAfee Encrypted USB devices is encrypted using the strongest, hardware-based, industry-standard encryption algorithms available, including AES-256, as well industry certifications, such as Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2. With built-in hardware encryption, key generation, and certificate storage, encryption keys can not be obtained or copied, as they never leave the USB drive. Optionally, you can store other encryption keys and/or public key infrastructure (PKI) certificates.