Data at Risk - Is there a weakness in self-encrypting hard drives?

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Self-encrypting hard drives (SEDs) have been dubbed the security industry’s best-kept secret, but is the data inside really secure? With its ability to accelerate the drive-redeployment process, SEDs have been rising in popularity. Tune into this podcast to hear Rick Robinson, IBM Security Product Manager of Data Security, examine the security behind self-encrypting hard drives and some new-found security vulnerabilities that have recently been disclosed with SEDs.

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