BitLocker Management

The never-ending torrent of high-profile data breaches encourages companies to evaluate security fundamentals. Among them is full-disk encryption (FDE), a security best practice that protects information on servers, laptops and other devices while they are at rest.

Microsoft offers an encryption method in BitLocker, and the company has aggressively promoted BitLocker to bolster the security credentials of its operating system.

WinMagic engineers speak every day to IT and security pros evaluating BitLocker or preparing for its deployment. Along the way, we have heard a few areas of concern over and over again, enough so that to help those imminently deploying BitLocker, we offer five must-know tips.

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