Solving the Data Security Dilemma with Self Encrypting Drives

01/05/2010 White Paper

As global regulations for data security increase in number and the consequences of non-compliance increase in severity, the ability to secure data has improved and actually become easier with the latest automatically implemented technology.

Self-encrypting drives (SEDs) designed using an open industry standard developed by the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) provide protection for data at rest and in transit and meet criteria established by government agencies around the world. However, even with the latest regulations, loopholes exist that may allow users to comply with the regulations but not meet the intent of the laws resulting in inadequate data protection.

To read more, download “Solving the Data Security Dilemma with Self Encrypting Drives.”

As global regulations for data security increase in number and the consequences of non-compliance increase in severity, the ability to secure data has improved and actually become easier with the latest automatically implemented technology.

Self-encrypting drives (SEDs) designed using an open industry standard developed by the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) provide protection for data at rest and in transit and meet criteria established by government agencies around the world. However, even with the latest regulations, loopholes exist that may allow users to comply with the regulations but not meet the intent of the laws resulting in inadequate data protection.

To read more, download “Solving the Data Security Dilemma with Self Encrypting Drives.”