Encrypted Data Recovery

Protecting your data is crucial, which is why many businesses and individuals encrypt their data. Information is more valuable than ever, so taking extra measures to protect your data can be a smart investment. However, this added level of security can cause problems accessing your data. When you need help recovering your encrypted information, Drive Data Recovery is here to help.

Encryption tools like EFS, BitLocker, Guardian Edge, and TrueCrypt can help secure your important information, such as databases and archives. However, this process can sometimes cause problems when you need to access your data. Older drives and mismatching hardware can contribute to problems accessing encrypted data. If you lose encrypted data, you need experts who are trained in recovering encrypted data. The specialists at Drive Data Recovery have the skills and technology to restore your encrypted data from any device.

encrypted data recoveryCauses of Encrypted Data Loss

As soon as our experts receive your device, we will begin the free diagnosis process by determining the cause of your encrypted data loss. Once we have identified the cause, we can select the best method to recover your data. You will receive a diagnostic report that details the cause and provides an up-front quote on the cost to recover your data and the time required for the recovery process.

Encrypted data can be lost due to errors in the encryption process. But a number of other problems can cause data loss, including logical drive failure, electrical drive failure, and mechanical drive failure.

Logical drive failure, or corruptions to your storage data, can cause encrypted data loss on any storage device. This damage can happen when you remove your device without properly ejecting it or unplug it while it is still operating.

Electrical drive failure can occur after an electrical surge. Most storage devices have some built-in protection from electrical failure, but faulty hardware, power outages, and lightning storms can still put your data at risk.

Mechanical drive failure is caused by physical damage to your encrypted drive. Storage devices can be fragile, and any physical damage, such as a drop or a spill, can cause mechanical drive failure.

Types of Encrypted Data We Recover

Encryption can protect critical data and save companies millions of dollars a year by protecting against security breaches. However, any encryption algorithm or service can create problems with accessing your information. The specialists at Drive Data Recovery can help with any type of encryption, including:

  • Triple DES
  • RSA
  • Twofish
  • AES
  • EFS
  • BitLocker
  • Guardian Edge
  • TrueCrypt

What to Do if You Cannot Access Your Encrypted Data

If you can’t access your encrypted data, Drive Data Recovery is here to help. If you are unable to open your encrypted data, follow these steps immediately to improve your chances of fully recovering your data:

  1. Safely turn off your device by holding down the power button or properly eject the device.
  2. Remove all cables connected to your drive and remove the drive, if possible.
  3. Do not attempt to restore device power or use free data recovery software found on the web. This software often causes greater damage to the device and can make recovery impossible.
  4. Contact a specialist at Drive Data Recovery to start your free consultation.

Why Choose Drive Data Recovery for Encrypted Data Recovery?

You encrypt your data for a reason: to protect yourself and your interests. At Drive Data Recovery, we understand the importance of security when it comes to your encrypted data. That’s why we provide an industry-leading customer confidentiality guarantee to every client, ensuring that your data will be secure during the entire recovery process. Our clients depend on our reliability and high success rate, and our data recovery times are some of the fastest in the country.

Once our specialists receive your device at any of our facilities, we will provide a free, detailed diagnostic report and quote within 72 hours. Once you have approved the data recovery process, you will receive your private data within 7 to 10 days. We understand the pressure of a deadline, which is why we also offer an expedited emergency service to our clients for an additional fee.

Contact the encryption specialists at Drive Data Recovery to start your free consultation today.