Win! Ultra-secure storage devices for your holiday photos, worth over £330

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We've teamed up with iStorage to offer you the chance to win over £330 worth of protected storage devices for your holiday entertainment and photos.

Perfect for family holidays when you need to keep the kids entertained, the iStorage range includes ultra-secure PIN authenticated hardware encrypted USB flash drives, HDDs/SSDs. They allow you to store movies, games and all of your holiday photos - the drives are the ideal solution for keeping your data secure and protected.

datAshur Personal²

The winner will receive a datAshur Personal² 16GB encrypted flash drive, worth £49, and a diskAshur² encrypted hard drive 2TB, worth £289.

datAshur Personal² is a USB 3.0 flash drive with real-time military grade AES-XTS 256-bit full disk hardware encryption requiring no software or drivers, meaning that it works across all operating systems and platforms. Tamper-proof and with a brute force hack defence mechanism, this secure USB is available in capacities from 8GB to 64GB.

The diskAshur² USB 3.1 portable hard drive is aimed for those seeking an easy-to-use secure solution for storing holiday photos and more. One of the unique security features is the dedicated hardware-based secure microprocessor, which employs built-in physical protection mechanisms designed to defend against external tamper and hacking attempts. Unlike others, the drive reacts to automated hacking attempts by entering the deadlock frozen state, meaning all such attacks are useless. Additionally, with the brute force hack defence mechanism feature, should the drive get lost or stolen and with only 15 PIN attempts before the drive assumes it is being attacked and wiping the data completely, you have the peace of mind that no one will gain access to your drive. The diskAshur² is available in four colours: Phantom Black, Ocean Blue, Racing Green and Fiery Red.

For your chance to win this prize, submit your details in the form below before 21 November 2017.

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