As a result of data loss, we now have a corporate policy (imposed by a major partner as a condition of continued funding, so non-negotiable) that only approved storage devices can copy data from our network - basically, only external HDDs and Flash drives that use encryption.
The problem comes when users take their flash drives off-site with a Powerpoint presentation on and plug it into a someone else's PC. The drives want to install software (some require admin rights) and reboot in order to work, which causes all sorts of problems.
Can anyone suggest a secure/encrypted USB flash drive that connects to PCs with the minimum of fuss?
Let's limit it to Windows, since bringing OSX and Linux into the mix makes it even harder.