I have a very serious question with regard to data security with regard to usage of USB Drive when transmitting, storing or even clearing data with it.
When one is going to use USB Drive for interacting with critical data, how could maximise the absolute security of the data so that the data is extremely protected when using a USB Drive?
My questions include:
When you try to store data on a USB Drive, how to encrypt the drive so good that nobody else can gain access into the data except you? Or if they do, the data would get automatically destroyed?
When opening the data with that USB drive on any computer, how to make sure it won’t leave any trances of the data on that computer after the USB Drive has been ejected? So no one could indirectly get the traces of data when scanning the relevant computer being used?
When you want to delete/erase any data on the USB Drive, you want to erase it completely on the USB alone without allowing the computer you are operating on to leave any traces on its own Recycle Bin....so what you can do to erase any data on a USB drive independently and permanently without leaving traces behind?
When you want to dispose a USB drive completely, you might have had all the traces of past/deleted data still left in the memory part of device, how could you overwrite the USB Drive properly or you’ll have to physically throw it into a volcano to make the safe disposal job done properly?
Sorry, I want to know the best way to make data secure while using USB Drive. (Cloud might not a safe place to store your data as it connects to World Wide Web at the end of the day)