Organizations of all sizes depend on their networks to access internal and external mission-critical applications. As advances in networking continue to provide tremendous benefit to organizations, they are increasingly challenged by sophisticated and financially-motivated attacks.
sECUREdOC CONTAINER ENCRYPTION
What it does
SecureDoc Container Encryption, allows the creation of encrypted sections on hard drives and/or removable media. It supports a 'defense in depth' of sensitive data, and offers more granular control over access to the data for the organisation.
How it works
A 'container' or 'virtual drive' is created within an encrypted drive with its own access rights and restrictions in place or defined by the user. Even if a user has authenticated at pre-boot to the machine, if they do not have rights to the container, they will be unable to access the contents.
Container encryption offers users the ability to create what's called a "container" which is simply a pre-defined amount of space on a drive or device that holds sensitive data, e.g. 500 MB. Users can then drag and drop files into the container to have them automatically encrypted. Encrypted data can easily be shared based on "group" key sharing, e.g. sharing files locally as well as on network shares.
If used on removable media, container encryption is almost as secure
as our sector-based RME. A user can create a container which occupies
all disk space on a USB drive, for instance, thus all files or data
written to the USB will be encrypted, even the file names. Container
encryption provides an important and flexible option for the protection
of data within an encrypted drive.
SecureDoc Full Encryption
SecureDoc Mac Encryption
SecureDoc Enterprise Encryption
SecureDoc File & Folder Encryption
SecureDoc Self Extractor Encryption
SecureDoc Removable Media Encryption
SecureDoc Container Encryption