FIPS 140-2 defines four levels of security:
Level 1 > Basic security requirements are specified for a cryptographic module (eg. at least one Approved algorithm or Approved security function shall be used).
Level 2 > Also has features that show evidence of tampering.
Level 3 > Also prevents the intruder from gaining access to critical security parameters (CSPs) held within the cryptographic module.
Level 4 > Provides a complete envelope of protection around the cryptographic module with the intent of detecting and responding to all unauthorized attempts at physical access.
NetApp HCI 1.7 supports FIPS 140-2 drive encryption for FIPS-compliant drives when installed in the H610S-2F storage node. FIPS drive encryption requires all drives in the storage cluster to be
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