FFE is an upgrade option for SecureDoc Standalone edition. With FFE users can selectively encrypt files and folders on their device, ensuring that specific information that could be highly sensitive and confidential remains that way. The ability to use familiar ‘drag & drop’ features to put spreadsheets, documents and other data in an encrypted and secure folder makes it very easy for users to manage sensitive data effectively and securely. Additionally, users can encrypt folders on shared network drives to ensure that data left on the broader network is secured.
For added security and peace of mind, SecureDoc also offers multiple ways for users to authenticate. Whether it’s a password in the preboot environment, a fingerprint sensor, smart card or token, SecureDoc can manage and ensure the authentication requirements you need are available and ensure maximum security.
SecureDoc uses a FIPS 140-2 certified AES 256-bit cryptographic engine to encrypt data and is Common Criteria EAL4 certified by the Communications Security Establishment. SecureDoc encrypts the entire hard drive (full-disk encryption) on a sector-by-sector basis.