Improving Forensic Recovery for SEDs

This week WinMagic announced that SecureDoc offers new interoperability with Guidance Software’s EnCase Forensic product – specifically – forensic data recovery on self-encrypting drives (SEDs).

WinMagic is the first encryption vendor to be able to provide this compatibility and support for EnCase and helps digital investigators stay ahead of the technology curve as SEDs become more prevalent in laptops and desktops. This is an important step for data encryption recovery as SEDs have historically been very complex when it comes to recovering data from them.

I encourage you to check out a blog post by Ken Mizota at Guidance Software, it’s an excellent summary that highlights how we’re working together to solve the problem and what it means for enterprise’s ability to investigate and recover protected data.

As SEDs continue to become more mainstream and availability increases, it becomes more important than ever, to be ahead of the curve as the technology matures. As a leader in SED management, working with organizations like Guidance Software in addition to the SED vendors, WinMagic’s ability to innovate and drive value in SED management is second to none.

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