File encryption, file system encryption and full disk encryption (FDE) are methods offered by the industry to allow users to protect their data stored on non-volatile storage devices, such as Solid State Disks (SSD). The main feature of FDE is to protect stored system and user date from unauthorized reading, writing, alteration, moving or rolling back. However, extended security features are key to securing FDE implementation.

Download this paper to:

  • Learn about Full Disk Encryption
  • Discover various attacks on non-volatile storage devices
  • Understand how the Rambus Root of Trust can secure key management close to the disk and the encryption core 

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