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Backup Exec 2010R3 NIST 800-111 Encryption

Created: 15 Oct 2012 • Updated: 05 Nov 2012 | 2 comments
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Does Backup Exec 2010R3's encryption meet the NIST 800-111 Standards? If so, are there any specific configurations I need to do to set this up?

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CraigV's picture

BE does support encryption but nothing is mentioned on NIST in the SCL or Admin Guide...

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Jaydeep S's picture

Backup Exec Supports Software supports a variety of data Encryption methods -

AES 128-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) and 256-bit AES
Hardware encryption using the T10 standard requires 256-bit AES
FIPS validated 256-bit AES encryption (CMVP validation)
Support for LT0 4 T10 Encryption configurations
BitLocker Encryption Support

However, there is no mention about NIST 800-111 anywhere in te documentation as aready mentioned by Craig.