You know you should be encrypting data on every device in your organization, especially your laptops. Self-encrypting drives (SEDs) are the best way to do that - which is why they're part of the Wave alternative. But setting up to support and manage SEDs can seem daunting. Even to test them, you need server infrastructure and management software.
Not anymore. Wave Cloud, the world's first cloud-based service for managing SEDs and trusted platform modules (TPMs). Sign up for an account and you're on your way to success. Whether you're doing a small proof-of-concept or full-blown production deployment, Wave Cloud is the fastest way to get there.
Initializing and provisioning an SED usually requires several steps. Wave Cloud remotely automates those steps: securing a drive is as simple as adding an authorized user to it.
Available and deployable via the Internet, Wave Cloud's simple, point-and-click interface enables most deployments to complete in less than three days.
Wave Cloud requires no on-site servers, and subscription fees scale to match the scope of endpoint protection that customers deploy. Pay only for what you use.
Because encryption happens on a chip within the SED's drive, it doesn't compete for processing cycles with the laptop's CPU or slow down running applications.
An SED's encryption is always on and cannot be turned off or otherwise compromised by the end user. SEDs are also impervious to cold-boot or side channel attacks.