Is it possible to recovery data from a PGP Whole Disk Encrypted Disk in the event of a physical disk failure?
In some instances, it is possible to recover data from a hard disk which has experienced a physical failure on a PGP Whole Disk Encrypted disk. Data recovery is a physical and logical process used by trained engineers to retrieve digital data from damaged, failed or corrupted magnetic and solid-state storage devices when the data can no longer be accessed through normal procedures.
PGP Corporation recommends DriveSavers for data recovery of PGP Whole Disk Encrypted disks. DriveSavers has been trained and certified to work on PGP Whole Disk Encrypted disks when the passphrase is available for authentication. The PGP Whole Disk Encryption username, password and/or key must be provided to DriveSavers.
For more information on DriveSavers, a document of Frequently Asked Questions is available below.