Data at Rest Security… Simplified
Citadel FIPS certified self-encrypting SSDs, powered by CipherDrive™, are the only low cost SSDs to integrate pre-tested multifactor authentication, pre-boot authentication (PBA), and hardware encryption. This enables CSfC DAR security solutions to be built with standard laptops, desktops, and tactical servers.
DIGISTOR®, a CRU Data Security Group (CDSG) brand, today introduced its innovative line of DIGISTOR Citadel™ secure self-encrypting SSDs. The new SSDs, powered by CipherDrive™, are the first to deliver a complete security layer to encrypt and protect Data at Rest (DAR) in a low-cost, easily deployed form factor.
CRU Data Security Group (CDSG), a trusted provider of physical data security, data transport and disaster-proof data storage solutions, today announced that its DIGISTOR secure, self-encrypting SSDs have completed the FIPS 140-2 validation process.
Building a Citadel of Trust in a Zero Trust World
Your challenge is to secure and protect the Data at Rest under your control to the extent determined by its classification levels. You need to beware the increasing cyberattacks while limiting the attack surface. At the same time, to fulfill your mission, you have to manage cost and complexity while providing authorized users access to files and data across a multitude of platforms.
Is Your Data at Rest (DAR) Truly Secure?
If there’s anything we’ve learned over recent years, it’s that our computer systems in general — and the precious data stored on them in particular — are susceptible to attack by hackers. These bad actors can range from independent entities to nation states.