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full disk encryption

By woko1133 ·
Hi

My company has asked me to look for a full disk encryption software for ?30-?40, i think this is ridiculous price to be looking for but if anyone no's of anything then will be cool to no about it.

Thanks Tom

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by scott_heath In reply to full disk encryption

Check out this link:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_disk_encryption_software

Also, if you have XP Pro you have the ability to at least encrypt locations where docs are stored. Just make sure you have a domain policy configured so that there is a master certificate that can be used to unencrypt files in case the user has an issue with their laptop. That's pretty much the case no matter what you use.

Regards,
Scott

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by woko1133 In reply to There are many things...

Thanks for that but I?ve already looked through that, there is a good selection there but nothing there that is 30 to 40 pound. It?s silly that they want a full disk encryption for that price but if there is something then I can?t find it.

Thanks again
Tom

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by scott_heath In reply to Thanks

This is free and on the list:

http://diskcryptor.net/index.php/Main_Page

I didn't look at every single one, but In 30 seconds I found a free solution. Unless your company doesn't use anything Open Source.

Regards,
Scott

http://scottisageek.spaces.live.com

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You get what you pay for :)

by robo_dev In reply to full disk encryption

Very solid and reliable product, currently deployed on several hundred laptops.

Cost around $100 USD per seat (~$66 GBP)

http://www.guardianedge.com/

You cannot survive on cheap airbags, cheap parachutes, and cheap disk encryption software.

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