What is the difference between internal security key and external security key management?
When you implement the Drive Security feature, you can use an internal security key or an external security key to lock down data when a secure-enabled drive is removed from the storage array.
A security key is a string of characters, which is shared between the secure-enabled drives and controllers in a storage array. Internal keys are maintained on the controller’s persistent memory. External keys are maintained on a separate key management server, using a Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP).