400,000 SED installations later, you can trust Wave
A single console that lets you manage the self-encrypting drives (SEDs) in all your devices remotely?
SEDs are the most secure, best performing and most transparent encryption option for protecting data on laptops. ERAS is the only management solution that delivers drive initialization, user management, drive locking, user recovery and crypto erase for all Opal-based, proprietary and solid-state SEDs.
Gain reassurance regarding compliance issues
Generate reports, monitor your endpoints in real time, set up security policies … All this and more can be done in a few minutes from the ERAS console. Your security settings can only be changed through ERAS—Local users, even local administrators do not have the ability to disable encryption.
Our solution is simpler, so it can save you money in the long run
With ERAS, SED management is streamlined, which always saves money. And if your organization knows Microsoft, it already knows ERAS. It’s built on the familiar Microsoft Management Console framework. You’ll transition from BitLocker to SEDs with ease, and without much training.
Plus, once you’re set up, ERAS lets you delegate everyday tasks to help-desk personnel. The help desk will have the time, because single sign-on and windows password synchronization means fewer passwords to forget and reset.
Easy security compliance
- Active monitoring, logging and reporting of all user and device events.
- Local changes are prohibited
- Drive locking is supported in sleep or standby (S3) modes
- Manage clients inside or outside the firewall and on non-domain machines
- Everything is automatically encrypted—users don’t have to identify which data is sensitive
- Windows password synchronization and single sign-on
- Add or remove users remotely
- MMC snap-in is familiar and easy—less administrator training
- Role management allows delegation of tasks with customized or predefined roles.
- Encryption is completely transparent to your users—they won’t even notice
- Customizable pre-boot message at authentication screen