Full Disk Encryption ≠ Full Data Center Security

Aberdeen Group
New Aberdeen Group Report demystifies encryption for data-at-rest.
Did you know?
  • The context of the data at rest makes a difference in the type of encryption employed
  • 4 out of 5 respondents use encryption today, compared to 1 out of 3 in 2007
  • Full disk encryption does not fully secure data-at-rest
  • File level encryption could have secured more than 85% of the actual server data breach incidents
Download Aberdeen’s newest report:
“Selecting Encryption for “Data-At-Rest” In Back-End Systems: What Risks Are You Trying To Address”
Let's face it, security tends to be complex. As tempting as it is to simply use a security technology that has worked in one place and apply it to another, it does not always yield the results you were hoping for. Full-disk encryption has become the attractive solution for securing data-in-use at the endpoints, but it does not work well for data-at –rest for backend systems.
This report will provide you with explanations and actionable information that will help you secure your most crucial asset, your data.
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