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  1. Bellridge
7 May 2020

Kanguru’s Secure Firmware USB Devices Help Protect Organisations From Malware Threats

Many organisations are turning to secure firmware USB devices by Kanguru that focus on helping protect from malicious third-party firmware-based attacks. With RSA-2048, digitally-signed secure firmware, the non-encrypted Kanguru FlashTrust™ USB flash drive offers consumers and organisations the same level of trusted secure firmware protection typically reserved for encrypted, high-end flash drives to non-encrypted USB device users.

In addition, the Kanguru UltraLock™ Hard Drive, Solid State Drive, Kanguru Slim DVD Burner, and Slim Blu-ray Burner offer similar protected firmware to protect an organisation’s infrastructure from malware.

The purpose of secure firmware USB devices is to help security-conscious organisations defend against potential, malicious firmware-based attacks (also known as “badUSB”) with on-board, RSA-2048, digitally-signed secure firmware. If a Kanguru secure firmware USB device is tampered with by a third-party hacker in any way, the firmware on the USB device is designed to shut down the drive, protecting networks from a nasty threat of malware.

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