WinMagic has introduced the SecureDoc CloudVM encryption solution in India. Addressing the growing concerns of protecting critical assets stored within virtual environments, SecureDoc CloudVM is an enterprise encryption solution that offers support for platforms running in public, private and hybrid cloud environments through application aware intelligent key management.
With most leading organizations looking at leveraging the power of cloud computing, investments in cloud infrastructure in India are expected to be around $1 billion. India is fast gaining importance as a popular investment destination among global IT majors.
As more and more organizations turn to cloud adoption for a cost-effective approach to scalability and efficiency in the workplace, there is an increasing focus on the lack of proper data protection across public, private and hybrid cloud environments. SecureDoc CloudVM alleviates the anxiety associated with storing business critical data in the cloud. Through a cloud-agnostic approach to encryption, WinMagic is giving the control of key management back to the enterprise, all while ensuring the protection and security of data stored in virtualized workloads.
Rahul Kumar, Country Manager & Director, WinMagic India said, “The objective of these sessions was to educate our customers about increasing vulnerabilities in a cloud environment, and how they must approach security. The participants got some valuable insights about the best practices in security management. They gained from the experience of some of the most well-known companies in the country.”
The application aware, intelligent key management capability embedded within SecureDoc CloudVM offers a single pane of glass view into where and how encryption is being deployed. The solution increases visibility and strengthens data security within virtual environments by controlling the encryption key management system across a vast array of layers including endpoints, file servers, virtual servers, enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) solutions and Internet of Things (IoT) instances.