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Ponemon Study: The TCO of Software vs. Hardware-based Full Disk Encryption

White Paper Published By: WinMagic Inc.
WinMagic Inc.
Published:  Apr 23, 2013
Type:  White Paper
Length:  29 pages

This paper extends the findings of the Total Cost of Ownership for Full Disk Encryption (FDE), sponsored by WinMagic and independently conducted by Ponemon Institute published in July 2012, The purpose of this original research was to learn how organizations deploy full disk encryption solutions for desktop and laptop computers as well as the determination of total cost and benefits for organizations using this technology. A reanalysis of this research allows us to formulate new findings that compare the total cost of ownership of software versus hardware-based full disk encryption solutions.



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ponemon, tco, software, hardware, full disk, encryption, total, cost, ownership