Backup software-based encryption

Storage Backup software-based encryption:

Backup software-based encryption

While encrypting data "at the tape" can offer some compelling advantages, you will need to upgrade the tape drives themselves, update device drivers, change drive settings in your backup software and switch over to new media. The impact on your existing backup process can be substantial. Many organizations choose instead to implement encryption in the backup software running on a backup server. This segment of the storage security guide will focus on specific considerations for software-based encryption products.

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