SecureDoc

SecureDoc for Windows

WinMagic’s SecureDoc for Windows encryption software is available in two editions:

Full Disc Encryption Software for Windows

Standalone / Unmanaged

Available for purchase directly from our Store. 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.

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Full Disc Encryption Software for Windows

Enterprise / Managed

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.

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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.

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Seamless Upgrade

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 for Windows Standalone Edition

Unmanaged solution for small businesses

Industry-leading Full-Disk Encryption for Windows PCs

Multi-factor authentication at pre-boot and Removable Media Encryption

File & Folder Encryption option available

Support for Windows 8* and Windows 10*

FIPS 140-2, Common Criteria EAL4, BITS, AES validation

Delivering the best full disk encryption for small business

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.

File and Folder Encryption (FFE)

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 pre-boot 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.

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Removable Media Container Encryption (RMCE)

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.

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Seamless Upgrade

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 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.

Wired and wireless pre-boot network authentication

File & Folder Encryption

Removable Media Encryption

Removable Media Container Encryption

FIPS 140-2, Common Criteria EAL4, BITS, AES validation

Opal 1 and 2 Self-encrypting drives

The Leading Innovator in Full-Disk Encryption

WinMagic’s SecureDoc Enterprise Edition maintains end user productivity while ensuring maximum security and transparency in regular work flow. Whether it’s SecureDoc’s software encryption, or Microsoft’s BitLocker or easily integrating with industry-standard technologies such as OPAL-compliant Self-Encrypting Drives (SEDs), SecureDoc allows businesses to deal with the security of their IT environment efficiently. Additional features available SecureDoc Enterprise Edition include; PBConnex, Removable Media Container Encryption (RMCE) and File and Folder Encryption (FFE).

SecureDoc Enterprise for Windows Advantages

  • Reduce TCO with PBConnex - less time spent on laborintensive tasks (Password resets, Device Staging etc.)
  • Opal SED Support – manage hardware encrypting drives in mixed environments
  • Supports all version of Windows – Win 10, Win 8, Win 7, Vista, XP
  • BitLocker Management with PBConnex support

Microsoft® BitLocker Support

BitLocker is a commonly used data security feature that encrypts data, and BitLocker users leveraging SecureDoc Enterprise Sever (SES) management can remove many common encryption headaches. SecureDoc BitLocker management helps fill a key gap in this native encryption offering.

SecureDoc management for Bitlocker delivers:

  • Better control and security for BitLocker through the enablement of strong user authentication and multi-factor authentication. Administrators can leverage existing network log-in credentials (instead of only a PIN) in addition to multi-factor authentication with smart cards or other tokens to lock down system access and guarantee high-level security of devices
  • PBConnex support - SecureDoc allows for pre-boot network authentication – authenticating the users via the local network. This also enables IT managers to reset users’ passwords and make Active Directory role assignments without needing to visit each machine, and without users completing complicated password-challenge-response queries. This saves a dramatic amount of IT time without sacrificing the security of devices.

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Opal Self-Encrypting Drive (SED) Support

Self-encrypting hard drives, or SEDs, are fast becoming the standard enterprise solution for protecting data—with strong, easy-to-use security built right into each storage device.

With Opal-compliant SEDs, data encryption, is always on and data access requires authentication however you need a third party solution to enable data protection. That’s where WinMagic’s SecureDoc steps in simplifying SED management, with features that give you complete control over how your data is stored and protected. SecureDoc collects encryption key information from the self-encrypted drive and provides the same central control, escrow and protection offered to its software-encrypted drives.

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Operating System

SecureDoc client for Windows:

  • SecureDoc 7.1SR4 & newer: any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows release from Windows 7 SP1 to Windows 10 Redstone
  • SecureDoc 7.1 – 7.1 SR3: any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows release from Windows 7 SP1 to Windows 10 Threshold 2
  • SecureDoc 7.1 & newer: any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows release from Windows 7 SP1 to Windows 10 Threshold 2
  • SecureDoc 6.5: any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows release from Windows Vista to Windows 8.1
  • SecureDoc 6.1-6.4SR4: any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows release from Windows XP SP3 to Windows 8.1.

SecureDoc client for Windows Server:

  • SecureDoc 6.5 & newer: any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows release from Windows 2008 to Windows 2012 R2
  • SecureDoc 6.1-6.4SR1: any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows release from Windows 2003 to Windows 2012 R2.
RAM
512 MB RAM
Hard Drive
250 MB free space available
CPU
Intel, AMD, Cyrix or compatible processor (1 GHz or better). AES-NI is supported only on some Intel CPUs.
Refer to http://ark.intel.com/MySearch.aspx?AESTech=true
UEFI
  • Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) is supported starting from SecureDoc 6.1 only on compatible devices.
    Please see list of supported devices here: http://www.winmagic.com/device-compatibility
  • For devices not certified, UEFI must be run in BIOS Compatibility mode.
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