SecureDoc full-disk encryption for Microsoft Windows Vista

WinMagic Inc. announced that its SecureDoc v.4.2 SR4 full-disk encryption software now fully supports Microsoft Windows Vista.  Immediately available to early adopters, SecureDoc is uniquely positioned to compliment Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Business, and Windows Vista Ultimate. 

The same purity of design that prevents hackers from bypassing the encryption level while simplifying integration with single or multi-factor authentication through tokens, biometrics, and PKI technology has allowed WinMagic to deliver full Vista support to customers in just one week.  It is this competitive advantage that will allow WinMagic to fully support Windows Vista today, and as Windows Vista evolves.
 
WinMagic has also worked closely with hardware manufacturers to ensure SecureDoc is fully Windows Vista compatible on their technology, and has begun discussions that will see SecureDoc incorporated as part of each hardware manufacturer’s standard product build to make it even simpler for users to utilize full-disk encryption to protect all data.  These announcements will be made available through WinMagic’s hardware partners when laptops ship in early 2007.
 
WinMagic protects an organization’s existing investment in encryption technology as the same version of SecureDoc can be utilized for Windows 2000/XP, and any edition of Vista.  SecureDoc also complies with Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.1 and TPM 1.2 to ensure organizations can utilize existing development with all smartcards, cryptographic tokens, PKI keys, or biometric devices at pre-boot.




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