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256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard

Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is the standard cipher used by the US government to protect confidential data and documents on storage devices.

Only Complete Data Security is Acceptable

With the intricacy of AES encrypting, there is simply no way to brute force it open. The encryption key is randomly generated and is unknown to both the user and the manufacturer. The key can be destroyed in less than a second, rendering all stored data useless as it cannot be decrypted.
256-bit AES Data Security

Rapid Encryption with No Footprint

All operations are handled by SSD hardware drive which means zero impact on system speed when encrypting or decrypting data. Being a hardware-based encryption, the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is fully OS-agnostic and will run smoothly regardless of what system is in use.
256-bit AES Rapid Encryption with No Footprint

Management Made Simple

TCG Opal is the most recognized standard for self-encrypting drives (SED). Innodisk’s SSDs are compliant with TCG OPAL 2.0, allowing for a user friendly authentication and better overall device management.
Innodisk’s SSDs are compliant with TCG OPAL 2.0.

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