When it comes to server protection, many enterprises overlook physical security risks. The common myth is that, because the servers are tucked away in a data center under lock and key and, because the data is in perpetual use, encrypting the drives is just a nice-to-have.
Protection for all data – at-rest, in-use and on-the-move
In fact, most drives eventually leave the data center for repair or disposal, and that’s when encryption is critical. Leaving servers unencrypted is a risk that enterprises simply can’t afford to take – especially with evolving data privacy requirements such as the EU-GDPR and the California Data Privacy Law.
The bottom line is, the only truly secure data practice involves encrypting ALL servers – in the branch, in the office, in the data center, or in your co-location facility.
Fully encrypt, secure and manage all your server environment
SecureDoc for Servers and SecureDoc OSA (Operating System Agnostic) for Servers put you back in the driver’s seat. Your admin team can view and manage all your security-related operations under one centralized enterprise management server – including policies, password rules and encryption across all platforms.
WinMagic understands that servers have different needs and challenges to traditional work stations. That’s why we’ve optimized SecureDoc for Servers to address RAID arrays, Disk and Port access control, remote management and more:
- Optimized for servers
- Support for TCG Enterprise Drives
- Pre-boot network authentication
- FIPS 140-2, AES validation
- Central, remote management
- RAID support
- Easily integrates with industry-standard technologies.
Protecting Windows-Based Servers
Businesses seeking uncompromising data protection for their Windows-based desktops and laptops, now have a unique solution to the problem of keeping sensitive information secure on their servers. What’s more, enterprises can save valuable business hours and IT budget by encrypting Windows workloads while the VM is active and in-use. SecureDoc CloudVM provides the industry’s only online conversion for both Windows and Linux.
Learn more: Windows servers
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