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WinMagic SecureDoc 6.1 Improves Mobile Data Encryption
Law Technology News
Law firms and corporate legal departments with "bring your own device" policies seeking protection of confidential data to comply with privacy and security regulations can lock it up with SecureDoc, a data encryption software now available in version 6.1 from WinMagic Inc., a data security technology provider based in Mississauga, Ontario.
SecureDoc encrypts data at rest through its two main components: client software that locally secures the data and SecureDoc Enterprise Server, its server software to implement and manage encryption organizationwide. Users of version 6.1 can manage multiple devices across multiple platforms through a web-based, user-friendly interface.
Additional upgrades include support for Windows 8 and enhancements to its encryption of files and folders and removable media such as flash drives.
SecureDoc uses FIPS 140-2 certified AES 256-bit encryption and employs PBConnex, a network-based pre-boot authentication technology providing a means to verify users before the operating system loads.
Michael Roach is LTN's associate editor. Send email.