The All-in-One Full Disk Encryption Suite
SecureDoc is used by some of the world's largest organizations. By simplifying data security we can help save time and reduce costs associated with security management. At the end of the day, we make data security easy.
SecureDoc Enterprise Server (SES) offers a unified view of all devices types from a single management console because most people today carry many devices with a variety of operating systems.
Manage Everything Encryption Related
SecureDoc is the only solution in the industry today that can manage everything regarding encryption within the enterprise. SecureDoc’s encryption software uses a FIPS 140-2 certified AES-NI 256-bit cryptographic engine to encrypt data and is compatible with all editions of Microsoft Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and XP. For customers that prefer to leverage the native operating system encryption solutions available with Windows, Apple’s OS X and iOS or Android, SES can manage those too.
Mobile Device Management (MDM)
For smartphones and tablets, SecureDoc’s Mobile Device Management feature offers customers a holistic view to their status of the mobile devices; allowing them to manage the deployment of Android® and iOS® devices and also to ensure that the appropriate security and password policies are enforced. SecureDoc MDM offers the ‘proof’ that IT administrators require to ensure compliance with key industry regulations while at the same time offering a strong solution for bring your own device (BYOD) environments.
SES supports the full management of Microsoft’s BitLocker encryption solution but also adds increased value to customers by enabling preboot network authentication, multi-factor authentication, challenge/response password recovery, single sign-on, port control, automatic TPM provisioning and more. SES is the best solution in the industry at managing BitLocker deployments, offering innovative features found within SecureDoc in combination with Windows native encryption. It’s the best of both worlds for customers that want a more robust management solution for their BitLocker deployments.
Self-Encrypting Drives (SEDs)
SEDs are fast becoming the standard for customers who want a level of security built right into their devices. SES offers the best SED management in the industry supporting both Opal 1 & 2 specifications. Through the innovative use of PBConnex in combination with expert SED management, SecureDoc OSA (Operating System Agnostic), allows organizations to run virtually any OS on an SED and not worry about compatibility issues.
SecureDoc OSA allows SecureDoc users to encrypt their hard drive without needing to install any software in the OS. Using Opal SEDs, management and authentication is performed at pre-boot which eliminates the need to create an OS-specific installation package. It’s an ideal solution for Linux or Unix deployments and removes the complexity of managing multi-OS environments.
SecureDoc Enterprise Server System Requirements
- Operating System
- Any 32-bit or 64-bit Microsoft Server platform from Windows 2008 onward.
- .NET Framework 4.0+
- .NET 3.5
- Microsoft Windows Identity Foundation 3.5
SES Web set-up requires the installation of Microsoft Internet Information Services 7.0 (IIS 7.0).
Windows Server 2003 does NOT support IIS 7.0.
- Minimum 512 MB RAM, with 1 GB or more recommended.
- Hard Drive
- Minimum 4GB hard drive, with 40GB or more recommended (varies depending on number of users).
- Intel Pentium (minimum)
- Database Software
SES 5.x up to SES 6.4
- 32-bit or 64-bit Microsoft SQL Server 2005 SP4, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012.
- No-cost basic versions of SQL Server 2008 (Express Edition) or SQL Server 2012 (Express Edition) are available from Microsoft.
SES 6.4 SR1 and newer
- 32-bit or 64-bit Microsoft SQL Server 2014, 2012 and 2008.
- No-cost Express version of SQL server 2014, 2012 and 2008.
NOTE: For production implementations of SecureDoc Enterprise Server, WinMagic recommends that the Full Text Indexing feature be enabled in the database engine prior to the installation of SecureDoc Enterprise Server. Database Full Text Indexing is used to advantage in the SESWeb web-based console.