Most of us keep a flash drive handy for transferring files. John Jacob recently recommended the Kanguru FlashTrust USB 3.0 flash drive. It is the world’s first unencrypted, USB 3.0 flash drive with onboard, trusted secure firmware to protect against any potential risk of malicious attacks like “BadUSB”.
The digitally-signed, trusted firmware offers consumers and organizations the same level of secure firmware protection typically reserved for encrypted, high-end flash drives to unencrypted USB device users.
If you do choose to add encryption, VeraCrypt is recommended.
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Do you have a secure Hard drive that you recommend?