Securing Your Infrastructure

SecureDoc for Server helps businesses lock down their infrastructure investment, offering full disk encryption and a host of other features to seamlessly manage and secure the data residing on a company's servers.


Hardware-based Encryption for Servers

SecureDoc OSA for Servers offers full support for TCG Enterprise drives allowing organizations to take advantage of this emerging hardware encryption technology. Enterprise Drives offer the best, most secure and efficient way to encrypt data on a disk.


Security for Your Backbone

Knowing that a server has different demands placed on it versus a traditional PC, SecureDoc for Servers has been optimized to address things such as RAID arrays, Disk and Port access control, remote management, multiple-OS support and file and folder encryption.


Administration Made Easy

The ability to securely boot-up a server in a secure environment, where unattended reboot of a machine is common, is critical for business continuity. SecureDoc's pre-boot networking solution, PBConnex, leverages network-based resources to authenticate and enforce access controls to ensure a simple, secure reboot of a server remotely.


Data Lockdown

Data leakage is an ongoing concern in any business. With Port Control, the administrator can lock down a server and prevent the transfer of data to an external storage device. Alternatively, through Disk Access Control, the ability to read/write to any external media can be limited only to encrypted drives to ensure the security and integrity of the data being transferred or stored.


SecureDoc for Server System Requirements

Operating System :

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

SecureDoc client for Windows Server: Any 32-bit or 64-bit Microsoft Server platform from Windows 2003 or later. All Service Packs should be applied.

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 http://ark.intel.com/MySearch.aspx?AESTech=true.

UEFI :

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