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January 7th, 2011

DataLocker DL3 USB 3.0 AES Encrypted Portable Hard Drive Debuts at 2011 CES - DataLocker Inc.

Dedicated 256 Bit AES XTS Hardware Based Encryption Sets New Standard for Securing Critical Data on an External Hard Drive

LAS VEGAS, NV and OVERLAND PARK, KS–(Marketwire – January 7, 2011) –  DataLocker Inc. (, a leading developer of encrypted data storage products, announced the new DataLocker DL3, encrypted USB 3.0 portable hard drive at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. DataLocker DL3 is billed as the most secure portable hard drive in the industry due to its 256 bit AES XTS mode full drive encryption, two factor authentication and patented touch screen authentication panel.

The DataLocker DL3 builds on the success of DataLocker’s previous award-winning personal secured storage devices that feature an enhanced touch screen, secure external USB hard drive with PIN-only access. The encryption and data management is performed at the device level and is completely platform and operating system independent, eliminating the need for any software and drivers.

“We’ve had considerable success with our DataLocker secure portable hard drives with the federal government and in business environments that require an easy to use and implement portable data security solution which is compatible with all operating systems and environments,” said Jay Kim, Founder and COO, DataLocker. “By launching the DL3 at CES, we believe there are a significant number of customers who can appreciate the amazing simplicity of our approach to securing their portable data.”

Additional features of DataLocker 3 include:

  • SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface
  • 256 bit AES XTS mode crypto engine
  • Absolutely no drivers or software
  • Two factor authentication with option RFID mode
  • Up to 1 TB storage capacity
  • Rapid key zeroization for secure redeployment
  • Multi-lingual user interface
  • Firmware-based anti-malware protection
  • Self-destruct mode for brute force attack defense
  • Randomized keypad to eliminate fingerprint-lifting and shoulder hacks
  • Tamper evident enclosure
  • Shock and drop resistant


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