Had same response and soon revoked my “I don’t care about perimeter breech”
To my understanding, yes, Zymkey will work as you described provided perimeter breech disabled to wipe the encryption keys…but, imagine your case opened, Zymkey disabled to wipe, hacker tethers your device, Zymkey is now decrypted because you chose not to wipe the keys, hacker steals your code and algos to your entire fleet…and the secrets to gain computing power for malicious code injections.
Once I see that, yeah, can’t imagine not using perimeter breech to it’s fullest to protect my entire fleet.
It’s a matter of cost vs reward. If the cost of jeopardizing your entire fleet doesn’t outway the reward of a single device, then I guess perimeter detection/breech can be disabled.
Truthfully, I am putting in a request to the Zymbit team to make this a required feature, not optional feature.
Please respond if any other questions…