Innovative server encryption –
Server Encryption, Access Control, and Key Management
To increase future protection of all their critical data enterprises have made the move to the cloud or virtualized environments. However, ensuring data security at all times brings several challenges – especially in terms of admin team time, manpower, and cost.
Reduce server encryption challenges and increase data security
SecureDoc CloudVM helps reduce the management workload on your IT admin teams by simplifying and automating key security tasks, while ultimately reducing costs. That includes full remote management and deployment thanks to SecureDoc Enterprise Server (SES) – an integral part of WinMagic’s seamless encryption and key management solution.
WinMagic’s SES console gives you a complete overview of all your VMs, workloads, and cloud instances. You’ll be able to quickly identify which VMs are secure, spot the ones that need attention and, using our expert toolkit, bring them back into compliance – fast.
Being a leader in security industry our approach to cloud security is unique. We know that true sever data encryption comes from the responsibility and control over your own data and keys. Today’s Cloud Service Provider (CSP) model adds a significant impediment to this goal. Using this approach your keys could be accessed by rogue CSP admins, discovered in a side attack, or disclosed to government parties without your knowledge. OS-specific security, lack of portability cloud compliance, and complexity of managing disparate solutions all add to the numerous security gaps.
Eliminate security gaps and improve your compliance in the cloud
These native encryption solutions won’t be enough to ensure protection everywhere and at all times if they don’t have a more comprehensive key management and stronger authentication. Up until recently, customers have had no choice but to hand over the key to all their cloud data. Now, WinMagic is offering another solution to safely and securely solidify access control for enterprises.
SecureDoc CloudVM’s in-guest server encryption feature ensures that enterprises have exclusive control over all encryption keys greatly reducing the risk of data breach due to key loss or unauthorized access.
Server encryption and key management go hand-in-hand. They are both essential partners in the data security. Your key management policy needs to work across all the different platforms you use throughout the enterprise, securing your organization’s data wherever it resides. However, sometimes these slutions could get in the way of your productivity but not with WinMagic.
Boost productivity and business flow
Take advantage of a single enterprise-controlled platform for all your cloud security strategies. You’ll be able to enforce policies with server encryption on who and where data can be accessed and read, so that, even when it leaves the enterprise, your data remains fully protected from unauthorized access.
You can use this same policy engine to enforce internal data compliance conditions, good data governance, and legal requirements on the protection of data. What’s more, it is a solution tta will protect your employees and critical data while increasing workflow.
Physical Servers Security
Protect physical servers against theft and loss from malicious insiders or third-party intrusion. SecureDoc CloudVM offer seamless server encryption that locks down data, ensuring you have complete control over encryption keys. You will have complete visibility and control to meet any compliance demands – all while feeling confident your data is safe.
Virtual Server Security
Enjoy complete server data encryption, even across your Hybrid Cloud IaaS environment. SecureDoc CloudVM supports the portability you need to keep agile and stay protected.
Public and Private Cloud Security
Integrating full server encryption of your private cloud with a huge range of public cloud encryption services, SecureDoc CloudVM delivers all the advantages of a fully unified encryption strategy. A server data encryption soliton that works on any device, everywhere.