IronKey S1000 Encrypted Flash Drive

IronKey-ES1000
IronKey-ES1000
Kingston’s IronKey™ S1000 meets the strictest standards to make it the ultimate security drive. Safeguard 100 percent of confidential data with 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption, in XTS mode, and FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validation with on-device Cryptochip Encryption Key management.

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  • Subject to availability.
  • Managed drives require 12, 24 or 36 month annual Ironkey licence. Minimum order 2 units. 1 device must be used as a security key for the entire organisation.

Available in Basic and Enterprise models

Kingston’s IronKey™ S1000 meets the strictest standards to make it the ultimate security drive. Safeguard 100 percent of confidential data with 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption, in XTS mode, and FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validation with on-device Cryptochip Encryption Key management. The drive detects and responds to physical tampering and provides automatic data protection upon drive removal. For added peace of mind, the drive uses digitally-signed firmware making it immune to BadUSB. The drive locks down after ten invalid password attempts and there is also the option to reformat or destroy the drive.

Basic model
Available in 4GB to 128GB{{Footnote.N37130}} capacities, the S1000 basic model provides fast USB 3.0{{Footnote.N37139}} performance and enhanced, hardware-based security without compromise. Meeting the most stringent standards for military grade strength and durability, the drive is built with an anodised aluminum enclosure and epoxy-filled casing. Dust- and shock-resistant, the S1000 is waterproof to MIL-STD-810F standards.

  • Enhanced hardware-based security
  • FIPS 140-2 Level 3
  • Centrally manage drive access and usage{{Footnote.N47490}}
  • Ruggedised secure casing
  • Fast performance

Enterprise model
In addition to the basic model qualities, the S1000 enterprise version offers central administration of drive access and usage across thousands of IronKey enterprise drives with the intuitive, easy to use, secure online interface3. Using an activated licence and available IronKey EMS by DataLocker, the drive works with either cloud-based or on-premises servers to remotely enforce password and access policies; allow users to recover lost passwords; and even let administrators repurpose drives no longer in use.

  • Subject to availability.
  • Managed drives require 12, 24 or 36 month annual Ironkey licence. Minimum order 2 units. 1 device must be used as a security key for the entire organisation.

Available in Basic and Enterprise models

Kingston’s IronKey™ S1000 meets the strictest standards to make it the ultimate security drive. Safeguard 100 percent of confidential data with 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption, in XTS mode, and FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validation with on-device Cryptochip Encryption Key management. The drive detects and responds to physical tampering and provides automatic data protection upon drive removal. For added peace of mind, the drive uses digitally-signed firmware making it immune to BadUSB. The drive locks down after ten invalid password attempts and there is also the option to reformat or destroy the drive.

Basic model
Available in 4GB to 128GB{{Footnote.N37130}} capacities, the S1000 basic model provides fast USB 3.0{{Footnote.N37139}} performance and enhanced, hardware-based security without compromise. Meeting the most stringent standards for military grade strength and durability, the drive is built with an anodised aluminum enclosure and epoxy-filled casing. Dust- and shock-resistant, the S1000 is waterproof to MIL-STD-810F standards.

  • Enhanced hardware-based security
  • FIPS 140-2 Level 3
  • Centrally manage drive access and usage{{Footnote.N47490}}
  • Ruggedised secure casing
  • Fast performance

Enterprise model
In addition to the basic model qualities, the S1000 enterprise version offers central administration of drive access and usage across thousands of IronKey enterprise drives with the intuitive, easy to use, secure online interface3. Using an activated licence and available IronKey EMS by DataLocker, the drive works with either cloud-based or on-premises servers to remotely enforce password and access policies; allow users to recover lost passwords; and even let administrators repurpose drives no longer in use.

  • Subject to availability.
  • Managed drives require 12, 24 or 36 month annual Ironkey licence. Minimum order 2 units. 1 device must be used as a security key for the entire organisation.

Available in Basic and Enterprise models

Kingston’s IronKey™ S1000 meets the strictest standards to make it the ultimate security drive. Safeguard 100 percent of confidential data with 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption, in XTS mode, and FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validation with on-device Cryptochip Encryption Key management. The drive detects and responds to physical tampering and provides automatic data protection upon drive removal. For added peace of mind, the drive uses digitally-signed firmware making it immune to BadUSB. The drive locks down after ten invalid password attempts and there is also the option to reformat or destroy the drive.

Basic model
Available in 4GB to 128GB{{Footnote.N37130}} capacities, the S1000 basic model provides fast USB 3.0{{Footnote.N37139}} performance and enhanced, hardware-based security without compromise. Meeting the most stringent standards for military grade strength and durability, the drive is built with an anodised aluminum enclosure and epoxy-filled casing. Dust- and shock-resistant, the S1000 is waterproof to MIL-STD-810F standards.

  • Enhanced hardware-based security
  • FIPS 140-2 Level 3
  • Centrally manage drive access and usage{{Footnote.N47490}}
  • Ruggedised secure casing
  • Fast performance

Enterprise model
In addition to the basic model qualities, the S1000 enterprise version offers central administration of drive access and usage across thousands of IronKey enterprise drives with the intuitive, easy to use, secure online interface3. Using an activated licence and available IronKey EMS by DataLocker, the drive works with either cloud-based or on-premises servers to remotely enforce password and access policies; allow users to recover lost passwords; and even let administrators repurpose drives no longer in use.

  • Subject to availability.
  • Managed drives require 12, 24 or 36 month annual Ironkey licence. Minimum order 2 units. 1 device must be used as a security key for the entire organisation.

Available in Basic and Enterprise models

Kingston’s IronKey™ S1000 meets the strictest standards to make it the ultimate security drive. Safeguard 100 percent of confidential data with 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption, in XTS mode, and FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validation with on-device Cryptochip Encryption Key management. The drive detects and responds to physical tampering and provides automatic data protection upon drive removal. For added peace of mind, the drive uses digitally-signed firmware making it immune to BadUSB. The drive locks down after ten invalid password attempts and there is also the option to reformat or destroy the drive.

Basic model
Available in 4GB to 128GB{{Footnote.N37130}} capacities, the S1000 basic model provides fast USB 3.0{{Footnote.N37139}} performance and enhanced, hardware-based security without compromise. Meeting the most stringent standards for military grade strength and durability, the drive is built with an anodised aluminum enclosure and epoxy-filled casing. Dust- and shock-resistant, the S1000 is waterproof to MIL-STD-810F standards.

  • Enhanced hardware-based security
  • FIPS 140-2 Level 3
  • Centrally manage drive access and usage{{Footnote.N47490}}
  • Ruggedised secure casing
  • Fast performance

Enterprise model
In addition to the basic model qualities, the S1000 enterprise version offers central administration of drive access and usage across thousands of IronKey enterprise drives with the intuitive, easy to use, secure online interface3. Using an activated licence and available IronKey EMS by DataLocker, the drive works with either cloud-based or on-premises servers to remotely enforce password and access policies; allow users to recover lost passwords; and even let administrators repurpose drives no longer in use.

  • Subject to availability.
  • Managed drives require 12, 24 or 36 month annual Ironkey licence. Minimum order 2 units. 1 device must be used as a security key for the entire organisation.

Available in Basic and Enterprise models

Kingston’s IronKey™ S1000 meets the strictest standards to make it the ultimate security drive. Safeguard 100 percent of confidential data with 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption, in XTS mode, and FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validation with on-device Cryptochip Encryption Key management. The drive detects and responds to physical tampering and provides automatic data protection upon drive removal. For added peace of mind, the drive uses digitally-signed firmware making it immune to BadUSB. The drive locks down after ten invalid password attempts and there is also the option to reformat or destroy the drive.

Basic model
Available in 4GB to 128GB{{Footnote.N37130}} capacities, the S1000 basic model provides fast USB 3.0{{Footnote.N37139}} performance and enhanced, hardware-based security without compromise. Meeting the most stringent standards for military grade strength and durability, the drive is built with an anodised aluminum enclosure and epoxy-filled casing. Dust- and shock-resistant, the S1000 is waterproof to MIL-STD-810F standards.

  • Enhanced hardware-based security
  • FIPS 140-2 Level 3
  • Centrally manage drive access and usage{{Footnote.N47490}}
  • Ruggedised secure casing
  • Fast performance

Enterprise model
In addition to the basic model qualities, the S1000 enterprise version offers central administration of drive access and usage across thousands of IronKey enterprise drives with the intuitive, easy to use, secure online interface3. Using an activated licence and available IronKey EMS by DataLocker, the drive works with either cloud-based or on-premises servers to remotely enforce password and access policies; allow users to recover lost passwords; and even let administrators repurpose drives no longer in use.