WinMagic eStore Sells SecureDoc FDE For $99

eStore protects all data on Windows or Mac desktops, laptops, tablets and removable media

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

April 23, 2010

2 Min Read

New WinMagic eStore sells SecureDoc full-disk encryption for $99. The eStore provides a one-stop-shop for individuals and SMBs looking to protect all data on Windows or Mac desktops, laptops, tablets and removable media. Customers can instantly purchase and download a standalone SecureDoc product for Microsoft Windows or Mac OS X for $99, a 10 Pack for $945 or a 25 Pack for $2320. The eStore also sells one, two or three year maintenance service packs starting from $19.80 per license. The eStore accepts credit cards, including Visa and MasterCard, and processes orders in U.S. currency. For complete pricing, please visit the eStore at

"We have been experiencing higher than usual demand for our product suite within the SMB market segment and with private individuals who both hold sensitive, confidential or private information," said Joseph Belsanti, Vice President of Marketing, WinMagic Inc. "Our customers have spoken to us, and we have listened to them by making it easier than ever to instantly purchase and download SecureDoc," Belsanti continued. "The eStore provides a 'one-stop-shop' for individuals and SMBs that want a turnkey solution that protects all data on all devices including Mac or Windows clients, USB flash drives, CD/DVDs, and SD Cards."

SecureDoc also supports and manages hardware-encrypted disk drives including self-encrypting drives conforming to the Opal standard put forward by the Trusted Computing Group in January 2009, in addition to Seagate' Momentus' FDE drives and encrypted thumb drives from vendors like Ironkey, Sandisk, Kingston, MXI, etc. This provides the flexibility to deploy any combination of hardware and software-based encryption - or transition between the two - with full transparency for users and a consistent management interface for administrators.

Additionally, SecureDoc now supports Intel' Anti-Theft Technology (Intel' AT), which is available in select systems with the new 2010 Intel' CoreT processor family. Intel AT acts as a laptop theft deterrence mechanism - enabling organizations to issue a "poison pill" to stolen laptops whether or not they are connected to the internet. When a protected notebook is reported as lost or stolen, Intel AT can remotely disable the computing platform and perform a data-disable function. SecureDoc seamlessly adds full-disk encryption and encryption management to Intel' AT - ensuring data cannot be accessed in the time it takes to report the loss and disable the laptop even if the hard drive is removed and installed on another computer.

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