Conseal Server provides a centralised location in your
organisation from which protected devices can be managed. From here, administrators can Conseal new devices, view audit logs and control access to data.
Administrators and users can remotely destroy the data stored on protected devices if they fall into the wrong hands.
Conseal Server provides a full audit log showing where and when each device has been used, and who by. The log contains sufficient information to uniquely identify the computer used.
Set access rules to control who can and can't access the data stored on the protected device, and at what times of the day. Rules can be changed even when the device is out of your hands.
Even fairly complex passwords can be guessed on average within 16 minutes. Conseal's "Dual Locks" system completely secures your protected data against password guessing attempts. Consealed CDs can only be unlocked with permission from a central server.
Your data is stored using super-strength 256-bit AES encryption (approved by governments to protect 'Top Secret' information).