This week, Brett is back to talk about self-encrypting hard drives for data encryption.
Self-encrypted drives (either HDD or SSD) are drives that encrypt themselves when data
is writing to the disk and decrypts the data on the way out.
Brett discusses what self-encryped drives are, why are they useful and gives a short demo
how to use these drives inside Houston. Also, he talks about the differences between a
hardware defined solution for data encryption versus a software defined solution.
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