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Winmagic Data Security Thales Partners

Winmagic, Inc.

WinMagic Inc. provides the world's most secure full disk encryption software. Its SecureDoc line of products includes SecureDoc, SecureDoc Enterprise Server, Compartmental SecureDoc, SecureDoc PDA, and SecureDoc Personal Edition. This suite ensures protection of sensitive information stored on desktops, laptops and other mobile devices by employing authentication from password to hardware tokens, biometrics, and PKI commencing right at pre-boot time. Thousands of the most security conscious enterprises and government organizations around the world depend on SecureDoc to minimize business risks, meet privacy and regulatory compliance requirements, and protect valuable information assets against unauthorized access.  2000 Matheson Blvd. West, Ste. 201 Mississauga Ontario Canada North Americas L5R 3L7 905. 502. 7000

PCE

PCEFile and Disk EncryptionembeddedWinmagic, Inc. PCE: File and Disk Encryption with SafeNet eToken

Utilizing Public Key Cryptographic Standard PKCS #11 (Cryptographic Token Interface Standard) from the ground up for extreme adaptability, the SecureDoc line has earned an impressive list of validations including NIST Cryptographic Module Validation, FIPS 140-1 Level 2, FIPS 140-2 Level 1 & 2, Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level 4 (EAL-4) certification and BITS. Winmagic’s PCE integrates with SafeNet eToken to provide users with a secure file and disk encryption solution. 

SafeNet eTokens come in multiple form factors, such as USB-based devices, hard tokens, and smart cards, which provide strong authentication that ensures that all remote access to corporate resources and applications is secure. A SafeNet eToken generates dynamic one-time passcodes which are keyed into the login screen instead of a regular password. By requiring users to log on using this method of two-factor authentication, organizations can effectively ensure that only authorized personnel can access restricted network resources and online services. Two-factor authentication consists of something the user has (a username) and something the user knows (a password or PIN).