Server Encryption

Lock Down Your IT Infrastructure

Large scale security with Full Server Encryption

MFG’s Full Server Encryption helps businesses lock down their infrastructure investment, offering their flagship Full Disk Encryption and a host of other features to seamlessly manage and protect the data residing on company servers.

MFG takes care of all your server security-related management. This includes the management of policies, password rules and the manageability of encryption across all platforms within an entire organisation.

Hardware-based encryption for servers

MFG’s Managed Encryption for Servers allows businesses and organisations to take advantage of our most secure and efficient way to encrypt important data on a server. Typically, a server is relied on for different demands versus a desktop PC or laptop. Managed Server Encryption is fully optimised with servers in mind and addresses: RAID arrays, disk and port access control, remote management and multiple-OS support.

Why encrypt at server level?

Remote protection

The ability to securely boot-up a server in a secure environment is critical for business continuity, particularly where the un-attended reboot of a machine is common. MFG’s pre-boot solution leverages network-based resources to authenticate and enforce access controls to ensure a simple, secure reboot of a server remotely.

Force security policies

Data leakage is a concern for any business. With MFG Managed Encryption, we can lock down a server on demand and prevent the transfer of data to an external storage device. Furthermore, the ability to read/write to any external media can be limited only to encrypted drives to ensure the security and integrity of the data being transferred or stored.

SecureDoc for Server System Requirements

Operating System MFG Server Encryption for Windows:

  • MFG 7.1 & newer: any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows release from Windows 7 SP1 to Windows 10 Threshold 2
  • MFG 6.5: any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows release from Windows Vista to Windows 8.1
  • MFG 6.1-6.4SR4: any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows release from Windows Vista to Windows 8.1.

MFG Server Encryption for Windows Server:

  • MFG 6.5 & newer: any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows release from Windows 2008 to Windows 2012 R2
  • MFG 6.1-6.4SR1: any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows release from Windows 2008 to Windows 2012 R2.
RAM 512 MB RAM
Hard Drive 250 MB free space available
CPU Intel, AMD, Cyrix or compatible processor (1 GHz or better). AES-NI is supported only on some Intel CPUs.
UEFI
  • Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) is supported starting from SecureDoc 6.1 only on compatible devices.
  • For devices not certified, UEFI must be run in BIOS Compatibility mode.

Server security for your organisation

Departmental servers should always be encrypted, even if they only run a process as simple as print services, as they often reside in unsecured environments. Any server that manages data related to a business and its customers needs to be secured from prying eyes.

Just because servers reside in some of the most physically secure areas of a business doesn’t preclude them from being at risk to data loss or theft. Something as simple as an IT manager swapping storage drives in a server and misplacing them could lead to a data loss. If that drive isn’t encrypted, its information is at risk of being exposed, leaving an organisation at risk of regulatory violations, personal lawsuits and damage to corporate reputation.

MFG’s Managed Encryption for Servers and OSA (Operating System Agnostic) for Servers helps businesses lock down their infrastructure investment, offering software or hardware full disk encryption and a host of other features to seamlessly manage and secure the data residing on company servers.

Ideal for departmental servers

Support for TCG Enterprise Drives

Pre-boot authentication

FIPS 140-2, AES validation

Centrally Managed

RAID support

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