Anywhere, Everywhere, No-Compromise Security
WinMagic’s SecureDoc for Windows encryption software is available in two forms:
Unparalleled BitLocker Management
SecureDoc offers the best solution in the industry for managing BitLocker deployments. Organizations can take advantage of the built-in encryption offering and increase the security by adding SecureDoc’s unique layers of authentication support whether it’s Pre-boot network authentication or multi-factor authentication.
SecureDoc’s Standalone Edition 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 increase security, mitigate business risk and meet government and regulatory requirements for hard drive encryption.
When the time comes and your business requires centralized management and control, you can seamlessly upgrade from SecureDoc Standalone to SecureDoc Enterprise Edition managed by SecureDoc Enterprise Server (SES). Ideal for environments with ten devices or more to manage, licenses can be seamlessly transitioned with minimal impact to the end-user.
SecureDoc’s Enterprise Edition takes all the features of Standalone and gives control to the administrator via centralized management. With Enterprise Edition, administrators can reduce the complexity of managing standalone systems by leveraging a centralized console to apply access policies, sync user credentials via Active Directory, remotely reset passwords, enforce log-in policies such as pre-boot network-based authentication via PBConnex and more.
SecureDoc for Windows System Requirements
SecureDoc client for Windows:
Windows 10 support: detailed information on Windows 10 support can be obtained via the following link:
SecureDoc client for Windows Server:
512 MB RAM
250 MB free space available
Intel, AMD, Cyrix or compatible processor (1 GHz or better). AES-NI is supported only on some Intel CPUs.