WinMagic Data Security, which specializes in endpoint security, will
demonstrate SecureDoc 4.6, a comprehensive enterprise-class full-disk
encryption solution for heterogeneous computing environments, for the
first time at the RSA Conference 2009 (booth 831). WinMagic will
show how SecureDoc 4.6 provides centrally-manageable and
fully-transparent, “always-on” full-disk encryption for, and Mac OS X
and Windows 2000/XP/Vista.

WinMagic CEO Thi Nguyen-Huu says Macs are often not included in
encryption deployments — many enterprise networks are primarily
Windows-based, and Mac platforms are used by select departments or
individuals (including many executives). SecureDoc offers the
ability to configure, deploy and manage encryption for Mac desktops
and laptops from the same console that is used to manage the Windows

“This drives greater efficiency for IT and security staff while
ensuring sensitive data is protected,” Nguyen-Huu says. “Centralized
escrow and management of encryption keys also ensures continued
access to data for authorized users in the event of lost passwords,
departing employees or other challenges.”

WinMagic’s in-booth demonstrations will include: all-new SecureDoc
full-disk encryption for the Mac in an enterprise; support for the
new OPAL standard and Linux platforms that don’t require a Windows
partition; support for Seagate’s Momentus 5400 FDE.2 drive; how to
incorporate file and folder encryption as an extra security layer on
top of full-disk encryption (for both network shared and file/folder
encryption); how to benefit from new hosting services that provide
the SecureDoc Enterprise Server as a SaaS; how to employ the embedded
UPEK fingerprint reader with SecureDoc full-disk encryption at
pre-boot for end user authentication; and how SecureDoc can now
provide a Digital ID Management System to extend/embed signature
and/or encryption functionality in all Microsoft Office products,
including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.

SecureDoc 4.6 supports devices such as IronKey, SanDisk, Seagate’s
Momentus hard drive and Seagate’s BlackArmor USB secured flash drive.
An overview of SecureDoc 4.6’s functionality is available on the
WinMagic web site at