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Self-encrypting drives (SED) are the same as standard hard drives, with one key difference: they embed encryption into the drive itself, so you don’t need encryption software.
Smart cards and tokens have long been the authentication method of choice for security-minded organizations. By adding “something you have” (i.e.
Self-encrypting drives (SED) are the same as standard hard drives, with one key difference: they embed encryption into the drive itself, so you don’t need encryption software.
Endpoint encryption + Wave Cloud = easy, fully-managed data protection
Self-encrypting drive + Wave = automatic, fully-managed encryption
SanDisk self-encrypting drives (SEDs) not only offer industry-standard encryption, they also have less impact on system performance than software encryption, and can be incorporated efficiently as
Wave’s EMBASSY Trust Suite is a suite of security products that secure endpoints by providing strong authentication, data at rest protection, and endpoint health verification.
In 2013, Forrester Research found that as many as 61% of all data breaches were caused by an insider.   Is your security program equipped to prevent that?
Each of your laptops and desktops are literally moving targets and, until they are secure against attack, your business intelligence, reputation and bottom line are at risk.