Utilizing Public Key Cryptographic Standards PKCS-11 from ground up for extreme adaptability, the SecureDoc line has earned an impressive list of validations including NIST Cryptographic Module Validation, FIPS 140-1 Level 2, FIPS 140-2 and Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level 4 (EAL-4) Certification.
SecureDoc FIPS 140-2 certificates
- Cryptographic Engine 7.2
for Windows X - Certificate #1880
for MacOS X - Certificate #1881
- Cryptographic Engine 6.1
for Windows X - Certificate #1880
for MacOS X - Certificate #1881
- Cryptographic Engine 4.7
Level 2 - Certificate #1379
Level 1 - Certificate #1380
- Cryptographic Engine 4.5
Level 1 - Certificate #699
Level 2 - Certificate #698
About NIST CMVP and FIPS:
Cryptographic Algorithm Validations
SecureDoc employs only FIPS-approved cryptographic algorithms validated under NIST CAVP. The latest certificates received with the cryptographic modules version 6.1:
- AES - Certificate #1924 (scroll all the way to the bottom – we were the first in the world to achieve this certification)
- SHS - Certificate #1690
- RNG - Certificate #1012
- HMAC – Certificate #1159
About NIST CAVP:
SecureDoc is Common Criteria EAL4 certified by the Communications Security Establishment Canada.
SecureDoc Disk Encryption Cryptographic Engine version 4.3C – Certificate of Evaluation #383-4-58
Detailed certification report EAL 4 Evaluation of WinMagic Inc. SecureDoc Disk Encryption Version 4.3C
SecureDoc Disk Encryption version 4.3C is awarded BITS Tested Mark under BITS Product Certification Program.
SecureDoc 6.x for Windows – OPSWAT Bronze Certified in the Encryption category
WinMagic’s SecureDoc 6.x for Windows has received OPSWAT Bronze Certification in the encryption category. OPSWAT Certification verifies the compatibility of security applications with leading technology solutions, such as SSL VPN and NAC solutions from Cisco, Citrix, F5 and many others, so that users can seamlessly use SecureDoc alongside their existing solutions.
Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC)
Communications-Electronics Security Group (CESG)
Product in evaluation
Government Computer News Reviewer’s Choice
2011 SC Magazine Innovator of the Year
SC Magazine Recommended for Best Encryption solution
CRN Test Center Recommended from CRN Magazine
Best Deployment Scenario Award from Info Security Magazine
Editor's Choice Award from Network Computing
2002 Best Security Award from Windows & .NET Magazine
Introduced SecureDoc BitLocker Management with PBConnex support
Added support for TCG Enterprise drives
Selected by HP to be exclusive provider of FDE technologies as part of HP Client Security delivering HP Drive Encryption
Introduced SecureDoc Certification program for Opal SED manufacturers
Expanded global footprint with new offices in London (UK), Mumbai (India) and Dubai (UAE)
Introduced browser-based administrative console – SES Web
Increased Mac support to include management of FileVault 2
Added Mobile Device Management (MDM) capabilities for iOS and Android devices
Added wireless LAN option for PBConnex authentication
Introduced Removable Media Container Encryption (RMCE)
WinMagic introduces SecureDoc support for Windows 7
SecureDoc integrates Intel AT technology support
SecureDoc support for Intel Advanced Encryption Standard New Instructions (AES-NI) and Intel Anti Theft Technology v3.0 announced
WinMagic forms strategic relationship with Lenovo to offer SecureDoc for Lenovo full-disk encryption to protect all data on Lenovo notebooks and PCs - product can support both Lenovo's hardware password mamager tool as well as TCG OPAL Standard.
WinMagic introduces PBConnex – The first FDE solution that offers Pre-Boot Networking
WinMagic joins the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) at the Contributor Level.
The first to support TCG OPAL for hardware and software.
SecureDoc support for Mac OS X Snow Leopard is introduced
SecureDoc the first to support both hardware and software managment for Seagate SEDs
WinMagic introduces SecureDoc RME (Removable Media Encryption) enabling the enforcement protection for data at rest on USB drives, USB thumb drives, CDs, and DVDs through any endpoint device
WinMagic announces support for Linux
WinMagic partners with Spyrus to deliver software and hardware-based encryption solution for the U.S. Department of Defense’s “Data at Rest” (DAR) program to secure all data on mobile computer programs and removable storage media
WinMagic’s SecureDoc is the first full-disk encryption solution to achieve FIPS 140-2 validation for Microsoft Vista
SecureDoc earns Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level 4 (EAL 4) Certification
SecureDoc is the first full-disk encryption software to fully integrate with the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) authentication and secure data storage chip from TPM security chip provider, Infineon Technologies
Insite Technologies works with WinMagic to develop geoOps FTS. Enables multi-national forces to operate together in providing Friendly Force Tracking (FFT) in the operational military environment.
SecureDoc becomes the first full-disk encryption technology to receive FIPS 140-2 Level 1 and 2 validations from the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology and the Canadian Communications Security Establishment.
WinMagic announces SecureDoc fully supports Microsoft Windows Vista
Introduce biometrics as part of options for pre-boot authentication in SecureDoc
SecureDoc Version 3.8 is the first encryption solution to pass the Defense Information Systems Agency’s (DISA) Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC)
SecureDoc is the first encryption solution to fully support both the Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST’s) FIPS 201 standard.
WinMagic begins program with U.S. Department of State to integrate a Personal Identity Verification (PIV) card and biometrics with Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and disk encryption with the goal of helping the department meet HSPD-12 mandates
Introduce standard DBMS for scalable enterprise server
WinMagic integrates CRYPTOCard’s Secure Password Technology into SecureDoc Encryption Software.
WinMagic is the first vendor to integrate the US DoD Common Access Card (CAC) with its SecureDoc Disk Encryption Software enabling the ability to perform pre-boot authentication using the CAC card.
SecureDoc full-disk encryption software achieves Entrust Ready status for Entrust Authority Security Manager 6.x and 7.0 via Entrust Entelligence Desktop Manager 6.1.
WinMagic is the first to introduce compartmental encryption with Compartmental SecureDoc. Users could divide a laptop or PC’s hard drive into compartments and create 2 or 3 computers within one machine, with separate access, each controlled by powerful encryption
WinMagic receives the first Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP) certification using AES from NIST
Received first ever NIST certification for AES (Certification #1)
WinMagic receives its first FIPS 140-1 validation for a disk encryption software product
WinMagic integrates Rainbow's iKey authentication token with SecureDoc Disk Encryption Software for Secure PC Boot-Up System. This was the first USB authentication token with Full Disk
Encryption Software that Supports Rijndael AES 256 Bit Algorithm
Datakey CIP system integrated with WinMagic's SecureDoc 2.5 disk encryption software as core component (Smart Card integration)
WinMagic SecureDoc 2.0 Disk Encryption software awarded Common Criteria Certification by the federal government's Communications Security Establishment (CSE)
WinMagic partners with Kasten Chase to provide Disc Encryption for U.S. National Security Agency (NSA)
Add Smartcard/PKI as authentication option at pre-boot
SecureDoc Disk Encryption approved for SECRET data by The National Security Agency (NSA)
WinMagic Inc. Founded
Developed encryption solution for removable media