SecureDrive KP

Hardware-Encrypted, External Portable Drive with Keypad 

360 Spin

SecureDrive KP: Total Control of Your Data.

Eliminate data leaks and protect digital files with the SecureDrive KP. The device is hardware-encrypted and FIPS-validated. It is unlocked by entering the user PIN via the onboard keypad. The keypad is wear-resistant to prevent unauthorized parties from seeing commonly used keys.

If the SecureDrive KP is stolen, the brute-force anti-hacking mechanism wipes the drive clean after 10 consecutive failed PIN entries. Epoxy coating on internal components prevents hackers from accessing data through physical tampering. The device is OS-independent and can be used across all devices with a USB port.

External hard drive with extra security features:

  • FIPS 140-2 Level 3 Validated: Certificate #3297
  • Red Dot 2019 Award Winner
  • Works on any device with a powered USB port
  • Hardware encryption: XTS-AES 256-bit
  • Interior parts covered in epoxy to prevent media removal from hackers
  • Alphanumeric keypad for user authentication (7 to 15-digit PIN)
  • Brute-force anti-hacking protection
  • Safe delete/wipe of all data/keys
  • Admin/user modes
  • Read Only mode
  • Auto-lock
  • Preloaded with DriveSecurity ESET Antivirus (1-year license included)

Product Q&A

How do I unlock/lock the drive?

Press the Key button and enter your user PIN, followed by the Key button again. To lock, disconnect the drive or press and hold the Key button for 2 seconds.

Can I take the PIN off?

No. SecureDrive KP is a sophisticated, hardware-encrypted drive that must have a PIN to operate.

How quickly can I purge the data?

Press 7 + Key, then enter 999, then press 7 + Key. All user data and drive formatting will be immediately reset beyond recovery.

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

If the Admin password was set up, the drive can be unlocked with Admin PIN. If no Admin PIN exists or it is not available, then there are no backdoors or resets. After 10 consecutive incorrect attempts, the brute-force anti-hacking mechanism wipes all user data and drive attributes

Why should I set up Admin PIN?

The key advantage is that in case the user PIN is entered incorrectly 10 consecutive times, the anti-hacking mechanism wipes the user PIN attributes but leaves the user data intact so that no more attempts to unlock via User Mode can be completed. An Admin PIN can unlock the drive without data loss.

Does Admin mode and User mode see different files?

No. Admin mode and User mode view identical contents. Admin mode can override User settings such as Read Only and Auto-lock.

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 there will be encrypted data on the drive, there is no viable way to decrypt it.

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

No. Since the KP drive does not use our Remote Management system, there is no way to reset it remotely. Rest assured if the drive is lost or stolen without the user PIN, after 10 consecutive incorrect attempts the anti-hacking mechanism will be triggered and wipe out all user data. (Remote Management options are available on any BT drive).

Product Description
Capacity 250 GB – 20 TB
Size
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
User Authentication Ergonomically designed 10+1 keypad
Security Validation FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validated
Encryption Real-time, military-grade XTS-AES 256-bit full-disk hardware encryption
Data Transfer Rate Reads up to 292 MB per second; writes up to 299 MB per second
Interface USB 3.0/3.1 gen1/3.2 gen1
Physical Protection Protected with epoxy compound to prevent physical access to the device through tampering.
Complete Drive Reset (Safe Erase) Erases all data after 10 consecutive, incorrect PIN entry attempts
Immune to Bad USB Yes; firmware updates not allowed
Roles/Permissions 1 Admin, 1 User
Read Only Mode Yes
Inactivity Auto-lock Predefined times between 1 and 60 minutes
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)
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.