Which is a BIOS security feature that can prevent data from being read from a hard drive even if the hard drive is moved to another computer?
- drive encryption
- secure boot
- BIOS passwords
There are several commonly available BIOS security features. Drive encryption is used to encrypt hard drives to prevent data access. Secure boot ensures that devices will only boot a trusted operating system. BIOS passwords allow different levels of BIOS access. RAID is not a BIOS security feature but rather provides redundancy and fault tolerance by using multiple hard drives.