A company's data may be its most valuable asset; if misplaced or stolen, organizations run the risk of lost revenue, legal and compliance implications, and a tarnished reputation. Since data spends most of its life at rest on drives within the data center, when these drives leave for repair, retirement, relocation, or maintenance, the data is vulnerable to being lost or stolen.
The emergence of self-encrypting drives (SEDs) mitigates the security vulnerabilities of data-at-rest. Intel® RAID Drive Encryption Management, combines local key management with SEDs. The local key management maintains and controls the key linkage and communications with the SEDs, secures user-selected volumn groups, and authorizes the drives to encrypt and decrypt data with a pass phrase and security key managmeent. SEDs help protect your data, reduce your costs, and minimize the impact and liability of theft. All this is all done transparently to end users.
|Target market||Scalable performance|
|Board form factor||Activation key|
|Supported operating systems||All supported operating systems|
|Supported self-encrypting drives||Varies by Intel® RAID product; see the Tested Hardware for your specific Intel RAID product|
|Compatible products||Click for detailed lists of Intel products|