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Dell Data Protection | Encryption Enterprise Edition (DDPE)

Dell Data Protection | Encryption Enterprise Edition (DDPE)

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What is Dell Data Protection | Encryption Enterprise Edition (DDPE)?

Dell Data Protection | Encryption Enterprise Edition (DDPE) presents software-based Data Centric Encryption designed to enable IT to enforce encryption policies, whether the data resides on the system drive or external media. Designed for mixed vendor environments, it also won’t…

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What is Dell Data Protection | Encryption Enterprise Edition (DDPE)?

Dell Data Protection | Encryption Enterprise Edition (DDPE) presents software-based Data Centric Encryption designed to enable IT to enforce encryption policies, whether the data resides on the system drive or external media. Designed for mixed vendor environments, it also won’t get in the way of…

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Score 5 out of 10
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DDPE has been rebranded as DDS (Dell Data Security) but it offers all the same things. We now use it for ATP as it comes bundled with Cylance and also to manage disk encryption. We use BitLocker to encrypt local disks but manage this with DDS. In the past we used DDPE encryption for our systems but that caused a lot of issues with Windows updates.
  • Easy to manage security policies for ATP and Encryption
  • Comes with Cylance ATP
  • Very powerful and flexible encryption tools
  • The encryption policies require careful configuration to avoid damaging the system
  • Encryption does not play nice with Windows OS updates
DDPE is great if you want very specific data encrypted and managed. It's flexible in terms of configuration but also can be quite a pain to get configured right. It requires a lot of exclusions and does not play nice with Windows Updates. Usually the client needs to be updated before updates on Windows can be installed and sometimes a new version is no where in sight. The ATP is great but also requires extensive configurations as otherwise it has way too many false positives.
  • Added security to physical disks and removable media
  • Protects with very powerful ATP
We had terrible experience with Carbon Black. It locked up systems and was very difficult to remove from systems. We chose DDPE as it did what we needed it to do and provided very customizable settings.
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Credant was used to encrypt user data on laptops. It was used across the whole organization to protect data in transit.
  • Silent installation/uninstallation. It was very easy to deploy and remove the software remotely.
  • Transparent to users. Users did not see messages from the software or notice performance issues during encryption.
  • File or disk level encryption. Includes the option to do file or full-disk encryption to meet your organization's needs.
  • Syntax used to create policies is confusing and prone to redundant encryption.
  • Management console is now based on Silverlight and is slow and gives errors.
  • Full disk encryption caused lots of errors for us, could only be corrected by dropping a text file onto the C drive.
For file level encryption Credant is not a bad solution. However, they were recently bought by Dell so it remains to be seen what they do with the software.
  • Created some problems for our helpdesk with full-disk encryption.
  • Allowed us to meet security requirements at a reasonable price.
  • Decent reporting capabilities.
We switched to McAfee Endpoint Encryption, which provides full-disk encryption. We saw fewer issues with McAfee Endpoint Encryption full-disk encryption than Credant full-disk encryption.
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