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What might look like a typical thumb drive to members of Northern Lights Federal Credit Union may actually be what regulators consider a top-tier secure and compliant way to access the Internet for online banking and shopping.

IronKey, a data and online security management provider, is offering that backing for its IronKey Trusted Access for Banking solution. Rather than storage, the firm said the device houses a secured, virtualized operating system and Web browser in a read-only format that thwarts known and first-day attacks that often go undetected on users’ computers until long after the damage is done.

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