It looks like an issue with the program, not the ssd. You can verify it with other programs such as HDtune or crystaldiskifno. That should show the same value but without any errors indicated...
Read up on SMART values used by Kingston here:
Based on that, it is an informational value that will change over time.
Remember, that reliable SMART data depends on how the manufacturer makes the drive's FW report the values and if the program/tool is correctly interpreting that manufacturer(not just SSDs in general) values...there aren't any standards when it comes to that most part so SMART may be misleading.
It is best to always keep backups of important files.