HyperConvergence or Hyper-Security: Why adding more SEDs may not make your enterprise secure and compliant
To achieve cost-effective agility and scale in their data centers, a growing number
of organizations are moving to HyperConvergence Infrastructures (HCI). For data security, they are installing self-encrypting drives (SED). SEDs generally provide security by using encryption keys to encrypt all data on the drives. The encryption keys resides on a chip on the hard drives and will be used after the devices have been validated for use.
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