SecureDrive BT

Hardware-Encrypted, External Portable Drive with Phone Authentication

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The Secure Data Storage Solution: SecureDrive BT

The SecureDrive BT eliminates data leaks while keeping digital files safe. The device is hardware-encrypted, FIPS-validated, and paired with wireless authentication via a mobile device. . It can be remotely wiped from anywhere in the world if it is lost or stolen. 

SecureDrive BT is Remote Management (RM)-ready through a separate subscription that can be added at any time after purchase. RM allows an Admin to manage drive access remotely to view users, enable geo- and time-fencing, and perform remote password reset. Each of these features is performed software-free through a web portal.

Easy-to-use, hardware-encrypted, external hard drive with Bluetooth and extra security features:


  • FIPS 140-2 Level 3 Validated: Certificate #3349
  • Awards: Red Dot 2019 Award Winner | CES 2019 Innovation Award Honoree
  • Works with any device with a powered USB port
  • Hardware encryption: XTS-AES 256-bit
  • Interior parts covered in epoxy to prevent media removal from hackers
  • User authentication with secure wireless mobile app and encrypted Bluetooth (iOS & Android)
  • Remote wipe
  • Dual-factor authentication, Face ID/Touch ID authentication (Apple only), password retrieval
  • Admin/user modes (*Admin mode for Remotely Managed drives only)
  • Read Only mode
  • Auto-lock
  • Remote Management-ready* (sold separately) – Learn More
  • Preloaded with DriveSecurity ESET Antivirus (1-year license included)

Product Q&A

Does my data or encryption key get passed over Bluetooth signal?

No. Bluetooth is simply the communication channel. The authentication is handled via secure server/app exchange. Neither your data nor the encryption key can be extracted by any side channel attacks or Bluetooth listener.

How do I unlock/lock the drive?

You must download the SecureData Lock mobile app. After installing it, you will be able to pair the device (make sure your Bluetooth is turned ON). Once synced, you can use the app to log in.
Once you have successfully logged in, you will be able to change user settings and swipe left on the device name to lock it. Once the device is locked, you must log in again in order to mount the drive.

Where do I get the app?

The SecureData Lock and SecureData Lock RM are available to download via the Apple Store or Google Play. Type “SecureData Lock” in the search field to find and install the app on any mobile device.

Can I use my Face ID or Touch ID to unlock my device?

Yes. Using the SecureData Lock app, you can select to authenticate via Touch ID or Face ID (Apple only).

If I forget my password, does anyone have a copy or can I reset it?

No. There are absolutely no backdoors or resets. After 10 consecutive incorrect attempts, the anti-hacking brute-force self-defense mechanism wipes all user data and drive attributes.

If I reset my drive, can I still use it or is it destroyed?

The drive will revert to factory settings, become unformatted, and the default drive name and all user data will be gone. The drive requires formatting for continued use.

If I reset my drive, can SecureData get my files back?

No. Resetting the drive activates a crypto erase command that deletes and then regenerates the encryption key. Once the key is gone, there is absolutely no way to get it back. Even though encrypted data will be on the drive, there will not be a viable way to decrypt it.

If I lost my drive, can I reset it remotely to delete my data?

Yes. That's what “remote wipe” is about. If it’s a stand-alone device without a Remote Management subscription, then the user can perform a remote wipe.

Can I add Remote Management later?

Yes. SecureDrive BT products allow adding Remote Management to complement and enhance your purchase. You can switch from SecureData Lock (non-remote managed) to SecureData Lock RM (remote managed) status without installing any software—the device will just need to be provisioned using the SecureData Lock Admin app.

Do I need an internet connection or a cell signal to use the BT Drive app?

While using the SecureData Lock app, you do not need to be connected to the internet or have a cell signal in order to unlock the drive. However, some settings require an internet connection or cell phone signal, including dual-factor authentication, password recovery, and remote wipe. Alternatively, if your device is remote managed you must unlock it via the SecureData Lock RM app, which requires an internet connection or cell service.

Product Description
Capacity 250 GB - 20 TB
Data Transfer Speed
SSD & 500 GB; 1, 2 TB HDD - H: 125 mm W: 77 mm L: 12.5mm
4 & 5 TB HDD - H: 125 mm W: 77 mm L: 20.5 mm
Security Module Validation FIPS 140-2 Level-3 validated
Authentication method Wireless (Bluetooth) & mobile app (Android and iOS)
Authentication mode User authentication via mobile phone/SecureData Lock app – iOS/Android (Touch ID, Face ID, face recognition, fingerprint)
Interface USB 3.0/3.1 gen1/3.2 gen1
Data Protection Real-time military grade XTS-AES 256-bit full-disk hardware encryption
Tamper-evident Protected with epoxy compound to prevent subversive physical access to the device. Erases all data after 10 consecutive, incorrect PIN entry attempts
Brute-force defense Erases all data after 10 consecutive, incorrect PIN entry attempts
Immune to Bad USB Yes; firmware updates not allowed
Roles/Permissions 1 User
Read Only Mode Yes
Inactivity Auto-lock Predefined times between 1 and 60 minutes
Step Away Auto-lock Drive will disappear from the File Explorer/Finder when the iOS/Android device is moved about 3 meters away from the drive for longer than 5 seconds.
OS Compatibility Windows, macOS, Linux, Chrome, Thin Clients, Embedded Systems, VMware, Citrix (no software or drivers needed)
Regulatory Approvals RoHs, FCC, CE, FIPS 140-2 Level 3
Warranty
2-year limited (HDD)
3-year limited (SSD)
Remote Management Subscription-based service via web sold separately. (Geo-fencing, remote data wipe, time-fencing, password reset, and more)
Certifications

HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act)

Healthcare entities must safeguard Protected Health Information (PHI) that is currently stored in their internal databases, computer systems, and shared with other healthcare providers. If this information becomes lost or stolen, a patient’s entire medical history along with their personal data can fall into the hands of a hacker or other malicious person, who will sell it on the dark web or use it for their own purposes.

PII (Personally Identifiable Information)

Organizations of all sizes gather and transport Personally Identifiable Information (PII), inside database files, documents, marketing material, computer code and customer lists which if lost, compromised, or disclosed without authorization, could result in substantial harm, embarrassment, inconvenience, or unfairness to an individual, institution or a company.

GDPR Protection

By storing any data that leaves your secure network on a SECUREDATA Hardware Encrypted Drives rest assured that it is protected with Military Grade AES-256Bit XTS Encryption and a brute force anti-hacking mechanism which will fully wipe the user data after ten consecutive incorrect pin entry attempts.

CMMC Level 3 Clearance (Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification)

Getting a CMMC Level 3 certification requires an audit to ensure your written policies and system architecture meet NIST and DFARS standards and are compliant with current government information security standards. Compliance fits within 17 domains.

TAA (Trade Agreement Act)

SecureData verifies that its FIPS 140-2 Level 3 Validated Encrypted USB devices: (1) originate from the U.S.A. under the “substantial transformation” rule of the Trade Agreements Act (TAA), 19 U.S.C. § 2518(4)(B); and (2) are in full compliance with the TAA.