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prior to Sp1, BitLocker Drive Encryption could protect only the Windows partition.
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To protect other partitions before Sp1, you could use EFS. after installing Sp1, you can use BitLocker Drive Encryption to encrypt any partition. However, you should still use EFS to protect data when multiple users use the same computer.
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As shown in Figure 2-7, individual users can enable BitLocker from Control Panel . Most enterprises should use AD DS to manage keys, however .
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FIgURE 2-7 You can enable BitLocker from Control Panel .
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Key management and data recovery requirements are the primary reasons that BitLocker is targeted toward enterprises . As with any type of encryption, if you lose the key, you also lose access to your data . Just as if you were a malicious attacker, the entire Windows partition will be inaccessible without the key . The most effective way to manage keys is to leverage an enterprise s existing AD DS infrastructure to escrow recovery keys remotely . BitLocker also has a disaster recovery console integrated into the early boot features to provide for in-the-field data retrieval . Individual users can use the BitLocker key-management tools to create a recovery key or an additional startup key and store the key on removable media (or any location besides the encrypted volume) . Administrators can create scripts to automate key creation and recovery . BitLocker provides an important layer of protection, but it is only one part of Windows data protection . BitLocker:
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DOES make it very difficult for an attacker to gain access to your data from a stolen computer or hard disk . DOES encrypt the entire Windows volume, including the hibernation file, page file, and temporary files (unless they are moved to some other volume) . DOES allow you to easily recycle or reuse drives by simply deleting the encryption keys . DOES NOT protect data from network attacks . DOES NOT protect data while Windows is running .
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Other security technologies, such as EFS, Windows Firewall, and NTFS file permissions, provide data protection while Windows is running . For more information about BitLocker, see 16 .
The Three Pillars of Information Security
he three pillars of information security are known as the CIa triad:
Confidentiality else. Integrity
Let people who should see your data access it, but nobody
Know who has created, viewed, and modified your data, and allow users to access data when they need it, even when attacks
prevent unauthorized changes and impersonations of legitimate users.
Availability
and natural disasters occur. BitLocker provides confidentiality by encrypting data and making it more difficult for an attacker who has physical access to a hard drive to access that data. BitLocker can also provide integrity by detecting changes to critical system files. It does not improve availability, however. In fact, if you don t plan to quickly recover systems with lost keys, BitLocker might reduce availability.
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o you trust your administrators It s a serious question, and it deserves serious thought. I asked this question in a packed seminar room of nearly 1,000 at-
tendees listening to my presentation on security policies and, astonishingly, no one raised a hand. That frightened me and even left me speechless for a few moments and those who know me will admit this is an uncommon occurrence! If we can t trust the very people we hire to build and manage the mission-critical networks on which our business successes depend, we might as well unplug it all and revert to the days of stone knives and bearskins. administrators have nearly or absolutely unfettered access to everything in your network. That s a lot of power concentrated in a few people power that can be used for good or abused for bad. What are you doing to help ensure that the people you entrust with such power will use it only for good To put it boldly: You must trust your administrators. You need a process for interviewing, investigating, hiring, monitoring, and terminating these employees. I know that many of you reading this book are administrators and might be getting a bit incensed at what I m writing. You re probably thinking, Who is he to assume I m malicious But recall my TechEd experiment: In an audience composed of (presumably) mostly administrators, 0 percent said they trusted other administrators. That s got to mean something. Technical measures can make it more difficult for malicious administrators to carry out their ill will, but sufficiently motivated people will find ways around the protection. administrators who can t be trusted really must be replaced; there s no other alternative.
In Windows Vista, administrators could enable BitLocker protection to encrypt the entire system volume . This made it very difficult for an attacker to remove a computer s hard disk and access the contents of the system volume . Windows 7 continues to support using BitLocker to encrypt the system volume . Additionally, administrators can encrypt any fixed volume with BitLocker, a feature introduced with Windows Vista SP1 . Windows 7 setup automatically partitions the system disk to provide the extra partition required by BitLocker . In Windows Vista, administrators needed to repartition the system disk before enabling BitLocker, which could be very difficult depending on the fullness of the existing volumes .
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