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Kingston’s IronKey™ D300 USB Flash drive features an advanced level of security that builds on the features that made IronKey well- respected to safeguard sensitive information. It’s FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified, with 256-bit AES hardware encryption in XTS mode. For added peace of mind, the drive uses digitally signed firmware, making it immune to BadUSB, and it enforces complex password protection
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with minimum characteristics to prevent unauthorised access. Encryption and decryption is done on the drive, with no trace left on the host system, and the drive locks down and reformats after 10 invalid attempts to protect against brute force attacks.
Managed model
IronKey D300 is available in a Managed model that requires IronKey EMS by DataLocker
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and allows central management of drive access and usage across thousands of drives. Either cloud-based or on-premises,  it enforces drive-specific policies, such as password strength and retry limits, and lets administrators remotely disable lost or stolen drives, recover lost passwords and more.
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Rugged and secure, IronKey D300 has a zinc casing and tamper-evident epoxy seal for physical security, so you can rest assured the drive will hold up, even in the most demanding situations. It’s customisable, easy to use and waterproof up to 4 feet, conforming to IEC 60529 IXP8
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. SuperSpeed (USB 3.0) technology means that you don’t have to compromise speed for security; IronKey D300 allows for fast data transfers, and by adding Kingston’s expertise in Flash memory and the latest in NAND Flash and controller technology, you can be confident in a solution that will be around for years to come.
Kingston’s IronKey™ D300 USB Flash drive. 
© Amber & Co 2003
New Product
Code 8201
Code 7700 Code 7400
Related Products.
Amber & Co
Kingston’s IronKey™ D300 USB Flash drive. 
Kingston’s IronKey™ D300 USB Flash drive features an advanced level of security that builds on the features that made IronKey well-respected to safeguard sensitive information. It’s FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified, with 256- bit AES hardware encryption in XTS mode. For added peace of mind, the drive uses digitally signed firmware, making it immune to BadUSB, and it enforces complex password protection
With minimum characteristics to prevent unauthorised access. Encryption and decryption is done on the drive, with no trace left on the host system, and the drive locks down and reformats after 10 invalid attempts to protect against brute force attacks.
Managed model
IronKey D300 is available in a Managed model that requires IronKey EMS by DataLocker
And allows central management of drive access and usage across thousands of drives. Either cloud-based or on- premises, it enforces drive-specific policies, such as password strength and retry limits, and lets administrators remotely disable lost or stolen drives, recover lost passwords and more.
All models
Rugged and secure, IronKey D300 has a zinc casing and tamper- evident epoxy seal for physical security, so you can rest assured the drive will hold up, even in the most demanding situations. It’s customisable, easy to use and waterproof up to 4 feet, conforming to IEC 60529 IXP8
 SuperSpeed (USB 3.0) technology means that you don’t have to compromise speed for security; IronKey D300 allows for fast data transfers, and by adding Kingston’s expertise in Flash memory and the latest in NAND Flash and controller technology, you can be confident in a solution that will be around for years to come.