Self-encrypting drives: Your last (best) line of defense
Keep Your Data Secure: Fighting Back With Flash
Currently, with more enterprise reliance on mobility and the use of portable devices, the definition of a data storage endpoint goes well beyond a traditional desktop.
Self-encrypting drives (SEDs) provide the last line of defense, protecting critical data stored at the endpoints. Discover how SEDs satisfy regulations and compliance, lower TCO, increase IT efficiency, and, of course, secure data while preventing a potential data breach due to lost or stolen devices.