Enterprise Managed Data Security

SecureDoc for HP to provides customers with best-in-class data encryption and security management. Centralized management increases administrative efficiency, improves end-user experiences and helps reduce the total cost of IT ownership.


Giving Administrators Control

SecureDoc for HP is a centrally managed version of HP Drive Encryption that allows HP customers to increase administrative efficiency, improve end user experiences and reduce the total cost of IT ownership. All while ensuring maximum security and transparency in regular work flow.


Seamless Upgrade

Should your business require centralized management and control, easily upgrade to SecureDoc for HP. Ideal for environments with ten devices or more, licenses can be seamlessly transitioned with minimal impact to end users. SecureDoc for HP can also accommodate tens of thousands of users.


SecureDoc for HP Feature Comparison


OfferingHP Drive Encryption (Pre-installed)SecureDoc for HP (Upgrade)
Software Full Disk Encryption (FDE/FVE) ✔ (FVE)
Multi-Drive Encryption (external)
RAID Support
Windows 8 refresh/reset support
Touch screen keyboard support
Pre-boot Authentication
Single Sign-on ✔ (one-step logon) ✔ (2 Domain)
Opal SED Support
External Storage Encryption ✔ (via eSata)
Multi-factor Authentication ✔ (HP DS)
Key back-up to SkyDrive N/A
Active Directory Integration
Network Pre-Boot Authentication
Wireless Pre-Boot Authentication
Centralized Management Console
Mac OS X support
Linux Support
Intel AT Support
Removable Media Encryption
Removable Media Container Encryption
Dynamic Key Provisioning
File and Folder Encryption*

SecureDoc for HP System Requirements

Operating System

SecureDoc client for Windows: Any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows release from Windows XP SP3 to Windows 7 SP1.

RAM

512 MB RAM

Hard Drive

250 MB free space available

CPU

Intel, AMD, Cyrix or compatible processor (1 GHz or better). AES-NI is supported only on some Intel CPUs. Refer to https://ark.intel.com/MySearch.aspx?AESTech=true.

UEFI

Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) is not supported with SecureDoc for Windows.