Even after drive and BIOS encryption, can the data on a device (i.e. a laptop) still be accessed by the thief? (if he/she doesn't have access to the token or password or linked key generator).
Considering, BIOS encryption, can't the BIOS chip just be replaced or flashed, thus providing access to the data, providing that drive encryption doesn't follow?
Is drive encryption, using software, still as effective as it used to be?
- Is there any evidence of "backdoors" being in place on drive encryption software?
Is it possible for any encryption to be bulletproof, within reason? If so, does it exist?