Disk Encryption Standalone
WinMagic’s SecureDoc Standalone Edition maintains end user productivity while ensuring maximum security and transparency in regular work flow. SecureDoc allows businesses to deal with the security of their IT environment efficiently leveraging features including; Full Disk Encryption (FDE), Multi-Factor Authentication, Removable Media Container Encryption (RMCE) and File and Folder Encryption (FFE). These features help businesses to meet government and regulatory requirements that are mandated for their business sector.
SecureDoc Standalone for Windows Advantages:
- Enterprise class security for individual PCs
- Seamless upgrade to Enterprise Edition when required
- Flexibility & Control over how and what you share and who can see it
- Secure network folders from prying eyes with File & Folder Encryption
- Reduce overall risk to your business from loss or theft
SecureDoc is ready to support all of your encryption needs now and well into the future.
Today, organizations are asking:
- Can I address new demands of my business — like cloud and mobile devices?
- How do I map access control methods to business risk and the needs of my users?
- Can I centrally manage, control and administer all my users and endpoints?
- Who controls my user data?
- How can I incorporate additional security layers to help me further fortify against threats?
- And how do I keep it all practical and cost-effective?
More than ever, customers are looking for identity and access management solutions that deliver simplicity, automation, reduced TCO and choice.
FFE is an upgrade option for SecureDoc Standalone edition. With FFE users can selectively encrypt files and folders on their device, ensuring that specific information that could be highly sensitive and confidential remains that way. The ability to use familiar ‘drag & drop’ features to put spreadsheets, documents and other data in an encrypted and secure folder makes it very easy for users to manage sensitive data effectively and securely. Additionally, users can encrypt folders on shared network drives to ensure that data left on the broader network is secured.
For added security and peace of mind, SecureDoc also offers multiple ways for users to authenticate. Whether it’s a password in the preboot environment, a fingerprint sensor, smart card or token, SecureDoc can manage and ensure the authentication requirements you need are available and ensure maximum security.
SecureDoc uses a FIPS 140-2 certified AES 256-bit cryptographic engine to encrypt data and is Common Criteria EAL4 certified by the Communications Security Establishment. SecureDoc encrypts the entire hard drive (full-disk encryption) on a sector-by-sector basis.
RMCE gives users the ability to not only fully encrypt a USB but create an encrypted container on a removable USB. This differs from traditional removable media encryption inasmuch as the user isn’t required to encrypt the full volume of the media. With RMCE users can effectively create an encrypted partition on the removable media leaving the remainder of the volume unencrypted and free to use for other purposes. When using RMCE a Media Viewer is also added to the USB drive so that customers or partners that do not use SecureDoc can view, edit and save the files in the container.
Your business and business needs will likely change and grow and SecureDoc can keep pace. WinMagic is able to offer a means to accommodate both security and management as your device portfolio grows. Should this need arise that your business requires centralized management and control, you can seamlessly upgrade to SecureDoc Enterprise edition and SecureDoc Enterprise Server (SES). Ideal for environments with ten devices or more to manage (http://www.winmagic.com/products/enterprise-server-encryption) licenses can be seamlessly transitioned to Enterprise grade with minimal impact to end users and can accommodate tens of thousands of users. If you also require the ability to manage mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, SES can handle it as well.