CipherDriveOne Kryptr is a SoftwareFull Disk Encryption - Authorization Acquisition (AA) + Encryption Engine (EE) solution to meet the US Government’s Data-at-Rest (DAR) requirement. CipherDriveOne Kryptr adds an additional layer of key encryption and authentication on top of Windows 10/11 and RHEL 8/9 operating systems regardless of the drive (SSD) or hard disk drives (HDD). The protection of the hard drive’s content is immediate, operating system specific and governed by a certified FIPS-140-2 level key encryption technology with the availability of a managed single, two-factor, and multi-factor authentication.
CipherDriveOne has FIPS-140-2 and Common Criteria certification in progress. CipherDriveOne Kryptr is undergoing testing at a National Information Assurance Programs (NIAP) listed laboratory and currently "In Evaluation" with the goal to be listed at the NSA's Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) Component List under Software Full Disk Encryption
CipherDriveOne Kryptr protects the computer that is turned off and the data is at rest. The software authenticates a user before the computer can start the operating system. This method of protection protects the entire hard drive's data and not just individual files which may be password protected or encrypted.
CipherDriveOne Kryptr supports Windows 10/11, and RHEL 8/9,
CipherDriveOne Kryptr utilizes military grade encryption algorithms and is FIPS-140-2 and undergoing Common Criteria testing
CipherDriveOne Kryptr allows the management of users to use custom username/passwords, smartcards for 2-factor authentication (PIV, CIV, CAC, and SIPRNET cards) and multi-factor authentication.
CipherDriveOne Kryptr can be configured to allow four unique users roles to unlock the desktop or laptop.
CipherDriveOne Kryptr allows administrators to review audit logs and authentication reports. These reports can be used to meet privacy compliance laws.
CipherDriveOne Kryptr has a "crypto erase" function to delete the contents of a hard drive permanently.