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Foremay releases ultra-secure SED SSD with remote erase and auto lock

This SSD is self-encrypting and can wipe all of its data in a single session, initiated from an authorized user anywhere in the world.

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Published Wed, Jan 27 2016 9:33 AM CST   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT

Foremay has announced its full disk encryption SED SSD, bundled with Crypto Erase for user security.

Foremay releases ultra-secure SED SSD with remote erase and auto lock | TweakTown.com

Crypto Erase has been added due to "its lightning speed," said the recent press release, informing possible customers that they can initiate a software or hardware wipe of the whole drive locally or remotely, with all data being erased within a single second.

These drives are also self-encrypting, ensuring that a stolen drive will completely lock out access to unauthorized users, with Foremay further providing "optional OPAL 2.0 features harnessed with an enhanced authorization key and encryption key authentication and verification process." This further OPAL 2.0 addition means that a thief's computer will be completely unable to recognize the stolen drive, even when the correct authentication key is provided.

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