WinMagic Rolls Out Full-Disk Encryption

WinMagic to demonstrate SecureDoc v4.3 full-disk encryption For Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, 2003, and Vista at Gartner Symposium

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

April 19, 2007

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MISSISSAUGA, Ontario -- WinMagicR Inc., the innovative leader

in full-disk encryption, will demonstrate its newly-released SecureDoc v4.3 for the first time at the Gartner Symposium (booth 217) in San Francisco, April 22-26. WinMagic will show how SecureDoc v4.3's improved Graphical User Interface makes it simple for administrators to manage all communications between SecureDoc clients and the SecureDoc Enterprise Server

in real-time. Increased functionality includes a new log system to provide administrators with enhanced system feedback, and a quarantine system to expedite the trouble shooting of communication problems.

Attendees can see how SecureDoc v4.3 enables the system to determine whether

communication with the server should be postponed to lower potential network

traffic. The demonstration will also show how SecureDoc v4.3 enables administrators and users to encrypt different partitions with respective encryption keys during the initial full-disk encryption process - making it simple to encrypt specific areas of the hard drive.

"Our guiding principle that drives the development and innovation in the SecureDoc product line dictates that whatever you can do with an unencrypted

disk, you should be able to do with an encrypted disk," said Thi Nguyen-Huu,

CEO & President, WinMagic. "SecureDoc v4.3's functionality and robustness reflects this by setting a new benchmark in user-friendly full-disk encryption for desktops, laptops, and removable media," Nguyen-Huu continued. "WinMagic looks forward to demonstrating these capabilities at the Gartner Symposium."

WinMagic Inc.

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