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Encrypted Data Recovery From the Experts

Encrypted Data Recovery From the Experts

We offer encrypted recovery services that can resolve several data loss scenarios. Our experts have the tools and techniques to retrieve data from encrypted devices. With over 15 years of encryption experience and intense research, we can recover files that others cannot. Trust the specialists with a No Data, No Recovery Fee guarantee, 96% success rate, strict security audits, and free consultations.

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Data Recovery For Hardware and Software Encryption

We know how to recover encrypted data. Our engineers can help, whether it is providing BitLocker data recovery for an encrypted volume or resolving EFS errors. It also includes Trusted Platform Module (TPM) disk encryption.

When encrypted data is unreadable due to bad sectors or data corruption, data recovery engineers need to take care to avoid techniques that could cause additional media damage. Secure Data Recovery Services uses strict safety controls, and we make full sector-by-sector copies of all media before using file utilities. We also create specialty utilities for self-encrypting hard drive data recovery cases to treat each case effectively, and thanks to our certified Class 10 ISO 4 Cleanroom, we can safely perform repairs on damaged hard drives and RAID arrays.

Secure Data Recovery Services invests heavily in technology research and development. Our teams have created proprietary software to perform deleted encrypted partition data recovery quickly and effectively, and we can design custom encrypted data recovery solutions to meet your business's individual requirements.

We know that security is important to your business, and we built our reputation on our excellent security systems and regular audit schedules. Secure Data Recovery Services earned the industry's first SSAE 18 Type II certification, and we hold several compliance certifications. Visit our certifications page or contact our customer service team for more information.

To avoid data loss, consider following these practices for encrypting file systems.

What To Do When an Encrypted Device Fails

Encrypted devices are especially sensitive to corruption and other logical issues. To keep your data safe, immediately shut down your computer or storage system when you cannot access files. Never attempt encrypted data recovery on your own. Commercial file utilities can drastically decrease your chances of successful treatment by overwriting key data.

Common failure scenarios for encrypted systems include:

  • Physical or electrical damage to hard drive or RAID
  • Accidental deletion or formatting
  • File corruption due to logical error, bad sectors, or viruses

When a secure system fails, it needs immediate attention from an encrypted data recovery provider with experience. Secure Data Recovery Services is one of the only companies with 24/7 emergency services for encrypted systems, and we operate dozens of offices across the United States to provide our clients with fast, dependable results.

Our encrypted file recovery services provide:

  • Fast turnarounds and multiple options
  • 96% success rate
  • 24/7 emergency services
  • Advanced utilities for encrypted file repair
  • Perfect compliance with all relevant IT privacy laws
  • Full access to security certification documents

At Secure Data Recovery Services, we take pride in our high success rates and our expertise with encrypted file recovery. Whether you need repairs for a single file or you need to regain access to a damaged RAID array, we can return your data while keeping your encryption fully intact. Contact our customer service team today to start a case. To set up a free evaluation or for more information on Secure Data Recovery Services' industry-leading encrypted data recovery, contact us today.

NOTE: If you need Secure Data Recovery Services' engineering staff to decrypt your data, we will need encryption keys, usernames and passwords. Please provide this information along with media failure details, including symptoms and any steps that you have taken to recover the data.