[hiddn]™ Laptop1+ unit w/240GB SSD w/ 0 smart cards - LT 63 012 408 -
[hiddn]™ Smartcard (programmed) USER card [Full zise] for [hiddn] Laptop1+ - SC 62 720 0016 -
[hiddn]™ Smartcard (programmed) Backup card [Full Size] for [hiddn] Laptop1+ - SC 62 720 0026
Full hardware encryption, AES 256
• Keys outside the PC/laptop.
• User friendly
The Hiddn Laptop 1+ is an ideal drop-in replacement for your laptop’s 2.5” disk. Only 7mm thick, this disk will fit in even the slimmest Ultrabook.
All Hiddn products utilizes military grade AES 256-bit encryption algorithm combined with secure and validated Smart Card technology for storing data AES encryption keys, thus when the system is shut down, there is no keys in your Computer that can be compromised. Hiddn implements AES encryption keys and algorithm in hardware in solutions for protection of data-at-rest. With Hiddn hardware encryption from HDD, your data is Temper resistant, you can reduce the classification level and handling requirements of your data when your laptop is powered off. The Hiddn solution is cost-efficient and user friendly!
The Smart Card and the secret password are the two factors required to be granted access to the data, assure users their data is protected by the highest level of security in the marketplace. Something you have and something you know – the same security level commonly used for access to your bank account e.g. via an ATM. Why settle for less?
An unfortunate user entering the wrong PIN/passphrase too many times, does not have to face erased data, but may still recover from the situation of a locked storage device by entering the PUK.
By means of a PUK a new passphrase can be defined and you are back in business immediately. This is a much more friendly approach than deleting the data encryption keys, which will require system reinstallation and backup recovery
The Hiddn Key Management System keep control of keys, units and users. The administrator can define authentication policies and facilitate key escrow, a proactive solution anticipating the future need for access to keys.