eSecurityPlanet: 8 Whole Disk Encryption Options

With improvements to Windows 7 BitLocker and with USB drives getting bigger and cheaper (you can get a 64GB drive for not much more than $120), now is the time to take a closer look at whole disk encryption products. If you’ve employed whole disk encryption, then even if your laptop or USB drive falls into the wrong hands, no one besides you will be able to read any of the files stored on it; when you try to access these files you need to enter a password, otherwise the data in each file is scrambled.

I look at eight different whole disk encryption products for this article in


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