WinMagic offers SecureDoc full disk encryption for Mac

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WinMagic is bringing its full disk encryption technology to the Mac, the company announced this week.

SecureDoc for Mac provides users of Mac OS X Tiger or Leopard with an enterprise class full disk encryption, according to WinMagic. SecureDoc is an “always on” technology that supports Mac desktops, laptops and removable media.

The SecureDoc encryption features Government-grade AES 256 true full-disk encryption; Pre-boot authentication; SecureDoc Enterprise Server central admin console to enable rapid deployment; Centralized management and reporting consolidated across Mac and other endpoints; and Scalable for deployment in any size organization or government agency.

SecureDoc for Mac also supports and manages hardware-encrypted disk drives in Macs like the Seagate Momentus FDE drives.

Pricing was not available, but the company does have some further information posted to its Web site.

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