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Monday, December 08, 2008
Fujitsu And WinMagic Deliver Security for New Full Disk Encryption Hard Drives


WinMagic and Fujitsu today ann

The companies? technologies?the WinMagic SecureDoc software and the Fujitsu full disk encryption (FDE) hard disk drive (HDD) technology?provide an advanced security solution to protect data stored on desktop and notebook systems.

The Fujitsu FDE HDD features encryption technology and security functions built directly into the hardware. It addresses organizations? needs to securely and instantly make data on the drive inaccessible when redeploying or disposing of the physical hardware. The "advanced secure erase" feature immediately invalidates every piece of data by changing the in-drive encryption key. The process takes less than a second and provides the same level of data invalidation as physically destroying the hard disk drive. Whether the laptop is lost or stolen, or an IT administrator uses the advanced secure erase feature, the data on the drive is not recoverable.

The WinMagic solution features centrally manageable security functions through the administration console, SecureDoc Enterprise Server (SES). SES offers enterprise-class functions such as 'silent' software installation, interoperability with Active Directory, remote password recovery, policy management, dynamic key provisioning and encryption key management.

This combined solution will offer the following:

- The performance of Fujitsu hardware-based encryption with the flexibility to manage these new drives in an enterprise environment including legacy drives (with software encryption) and other manufacturers? encrypted hard drives.

- Hardware based encryption can reduce deployment and maintenance requirements, especially when combined with the flexible administration tools available with SecureDoc Enterprise Server (SES).

- AES 256-bit encryption in both the hardware and software.

- 'Defense-in-depth' for sensitive data with the ability to supplement the hard disk encryption from Fujitsu with additional SecureDoc encryption. Data within the hard disk can be additionally encrypted for specific users or user groups with file/folder encryption, and/or container encryption. Data moving from the encrypted hard disk can be encrypted with removable media encryption for CDs/DVDs and USB devices ? or blocked from movement with port control or disk access control.

- Integration of SecureDoc?s advanced and multi-factor authentication at pre-boot including PKI, smartcards, TPM, tokens and biometrics.


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