Mythbusting: If my data is encrypted, why do I need to secure my storage?
Many people ask me why they need to harden their storage systems, if they’re already encrypting their data. Good question.
Data encryption won’t prevent attackers from hacking into an organization’s storage systems. And once inside, attackers can delete petabytes of data volumes – whether they’re encrypted or not.
In 45 seconds, I bust this common myth.