IronKey, maker of the world's most secure flash drive, today announced that it has been awarded a contract with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provide the agency with IronKey secure, managed USB flash drives.
IronKey has a long-standing record of service with many government clients. Its secure USB drives have been validated for FIPS 140-2, Level 3 certification. IronKey provides malware protection, hardware encryption, privacy protection, comprehensive device management capabilities and a ruggedized, tamperproof enclosure suitable for extreme conditions.
Under this contract, IronKey will provide FEMA secure USB flash drives including centralized management, remote administration and policy enforcement capabilities.
For more information about FEMA, please visit fema.gov/about.
IronKey's award-winning products and services combine the world's most secure flash drive with the world's most powerful USB management software. IronKey's USB flash drives bring the power of authentication, encryption, identity management and privacy to government, businesses and consumers in 23 countries. IronKey's management software and associated services allow enterprises of all sizes, government agencies, the military, and other organizations to take back control of the mobile data that has been leaking out of their organizations due to the uncontrolled proliferation of USB drives. IronKey products are FIPS 140-2, Level 3 validated. With IronKey (ironkey.com), organizations centrally administer, remotely manage, and enforce policies on thousands of devices located anywhere in the world. Thousands of customers use IronKey, including Fortune 500 companies, enterprise organizations in financial services, healthcare and legal markets, as well as government agencies, including FEMA, NATO and DHS.