On the one hand USB flash drives of all shapes, sizes and capacities continue to dominate the world of computing. Yes, we get that there’s the cloud but, quick, look around and there’s sure to be a USB drive in the vicinity. On the other hand, the popularity of these drives has led to ongoing concerns about USB security. There is much hacking going on, after all. And as we have noted before every action has an equal an opposite reaction, in which case, there is an equally fervent move to find more and better security for USB drives. Now along comes the Unisys Stealth Solution for Secure Virtual Terminal (SSVT). Reports indicate that it is “a secure solution residing on a federal government-certified USB device to help ensure that a mobile user’s data is secure and readily available to those authorized to view it.” In short, this drive can go into stealth mod where it is invisible to unauthorized eyes. One would guess that unauthorized eyes everywhere are stealthily devising schemes to invade the stealthy USB device.