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Too often these days we hear about leaks of information from lost flash drives or hard drives. Sometimes encryption is used to encode the content, but more often than not this sensitive information is not properly encrypted. This may change thanks to SecureDrives, a company dedicated to securing your data. Their pioneer offering is basically a SSD drive that will self destruct if tampered or incorrectly accessed. These self destruction triggers include disconnecting from the SATA interface, if the battery gets low, if it’s far away from a GSM signal, or if you text message the unit.

What’s the cost of security? $2400 for 128GB.

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