SecureDoc Full Disk Encryption
What it does
Protects data-at-rest on the hard drives of desktop and laptop computers.
How it works
SecureDoc encrypts the entire hard drive (full-disk) on a sector-by-sector basis, and enables authentication at pre-boot to ensure maximum security.
Encryption of sensitive data is no longer optional. Legislation, regulation, and public scrutiny of data breaches make the loss of unencrypted data a disaster waiting to happen. A lost or stolen laptop is at the very least a major inconvenience and could easily escalate into a financial and public relations nightmare. You need a solution that will protect your organization quickly, reliably and at a low total cost of ownership.
Since 1997, SecureDoc solutions from WinMagic have protected data in dozens of countries by more than 3 million users worldwide. Government agencies and commercial enterprises rely upon SecureDoc to help them protect sensitive data in implementations ranging from a few dozen users to tens of thousands of users. SecureDoc works in Windows, Mac and Linux environments and integrates with a leading number of vendors to provide token, smartcard, biometric and PKI additions to strengthen authentication options and offer the best possible solution to safeguard your data.
What is SecureDoc Disk Encryption?
SecureDoc Full-Disk Encryption provides true full-disk encryption to laptops and PCs. Robust and “always on” AES 256 encryption is combined with a leading range of integrations for strong authentication including tokens, smartcards, biometrics and PKI. SecureDoc can be deployed as a standalone solution or can be centrally deployed from the SecureDoc Enterprise Server (SES). For the enterprise, SES simplifies deployment, reporting and administration, resulting in protection for sensitive data at a low total cost of ownership.
Strong multi-factor authentication available at pre-boot with single sign-on options
Powerful configuration, policy management and key management
Negligible impact on CPU/performance
Password recovery and self-help functions
Support for Removable Media (CD/DVD/USB), port control and disk access control
Support for Windows, Mac, Linux
Support for hardware encryption including Seagate Momentus FDE drives
Crypto-erase for decommissioned/lost/stolen devices
Improves user acceptance with transparent operation and no training required
Mitigates data breach risks from lost or stolen laptops or desktops
Supports compliance with privacy and data breach regulations
Low total cost of ownership and operations
Increases protection with a full suite of endpoint encryption