I have 2 domain controllers\ file servers installed at 2 different buildings. The domain controller's replicate data through a circuit so that the changes on one server is replicated to the other server
This allows both to be identical for DR purposes etc
Users have shared areas on these servers and home directories
We use Comcast metro Ethernet between the 2 buildings
I had an auditor question me about data encryption and I need someone to help me understand
The servers are Windows 2012r2
I was told that the data on the servers needed to be encrypted and the data also needs to be encrypted when it replicates over the circuit to the other server
they explained it to me this way----- data that is moving or standing still must be encrypted
The data is inside my network secured by a firewall
The circuits are private- I was told by the auditors that the service provider could get access to the data as it moves through the circuit
Is the auditor right?
What could be done to fix this problem,?