On some VM offerings you get a remote KVM, which would allow you to get "physical" console access, and then you could encrypt the whole OS and use the KVM to enter the key on reboot. That should prevent anyone in the data centre from using the disk image without your key.



On 11/10/2019 09:19, Andy Smith via GLLUG wrote:
You hint at not wanting to go the virtual server route because of
concern for the safety of your data. I think that looking at it this
way is a bit of a mistake; the correct response to concern over your
data is to have good backups of your data.

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