Disk Encryption

BitLocker Basics: Don’t Miss Out on Essential Security

Sponsored Post BitLocker disk encryption technology has been a part of the Windows operating system since Windows Vista. It didn’t really hit its stride until Windows 8.1, and now, with Windows 10, it’s almost perfect (in terms of compatibility and manageability). Bottom line as to why you should use it—it just works. It can be enabled during the imaging process from both MDT and ConfigMgr, or enabled via script and controlled by Group Policy. The decryption and recovery keys can be stored in Active Directory or the Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring (MBAM) product. There are also several decryption methods, such as TPM unlock, smart card requirements or PIN requirements. All in all, it’s very versatile and totally manageable. This post assumes that you are running Windows 1...