Enova Technology Receives FIPS 140-2 Level 3 Validation for X-Wall MX+ Cryptographic Modules
Enova Technology, a market leader in innovative data security solutions, today announced its X-Wall MX+ xF and X-Wall MX+ xN advanced single chip cryptographic modules capable of encrypting entire SATA disk drive (SSD included) in-line at SATA 6Gbps speed have gained full approval from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Communications Security Establishment of Canada (CSE) Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP) for Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2 Level 3 and Level 2 validation respectively.
Congratulations! The X-Wall® MX+ won the 2016 ICT Month Innovative Elite - Top 100 Awards
Congratulations! Enova Technology Corporation is honored to announce that Enova latest product, the X-Wall MX+ won the 2016 ICT Month Innovative Elite - Top 100 Awards. Armed with digital signature generation, verifying and signing capabilities the X-Wall® MX+, among other features..
Enova to showcase the latest encryption solutions at SDC & DSSS 2016.
SDC 2016 will take place at the Santa Clara Hyatt, Santa Clara, CA on September 19-22, 2016, and is a technical industry event designed for a variety of storage technologists at various levels from developers to architects to product managers and more. Welcome to visit Enova's exhibit booth at Silver Sponsor Area.
WPC 2016: Enova Launches Its X-Wall MX+ eDrive Host Adaptor
Enova Technology Corp., a real-time full disk encryption technology innovator, today announced its 10th generation X-Wall MX+ hardware security solutions for Microsoft EHDD. Enova will be showcasing the new solutions at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2016 in Toronto Canada from July 10-14, 2016 at booth 1613.
Upcoming Event: Enova will join the WPC 2016 Exhibition.
Enova technology will introduce you our latest product series and encryption solutions at WPC 2016. We are pleased to welcome you to visit our booth #1613. Date: July 10-14, 2016 Place: Metro Toronto Convention Centre Address: 222 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario M5V 3L9, Canada (South Building)
Aug. 19, 2015, San Jose, California - Building on its heritage of expertise in hardware real-time encryption solutions, Enova® Technology introduces patented X-Wall® series hardware cryptographic controllers, X-Wall® DX and X-Wall® MX+, at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2015 August 18 -August 20 in San Francisco Moscone West Convention Center. Enova introduces:
July 10, 2015 - Enova® will live demonstrate a TCG OPAL NAS at the RSA® 2015 Asia/Japan (July 22 – 24, 2015) in Singapore. NAS (Network Attached Storage) is a widely deployed storage server in either centralized location or remote offices. For decade, NAS relies on software encryption to safeguard the data stored in it. Unfortunately software encryption is slow for it takes up CPU bandwidth and memory resources, aside from the weakness in key management. FDE/SED helps but only to a lesser degree as key management part becomes very complicated, aside from a limited model and capacity to choose from. A solution that combines the best in hardware real-time encryption along with a publicly endorsed authentication and key management mechanism is needed to address the increasing requirement over securing a NAS.
Enova demonstrate the Enova® Cyborg solution at the RSA® Conference 2015
Enova® Technology, the world’s leading provider of data security solutions today announced its sponsorship and exhibition at RSA® Conference Asia Pacific & Japan 2015 (July 22 - 24) at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. At the exhibition, we will demonstrate the Enova® Cyborg solution, which is a Microsoft® eDrive controller solution that deploys patented X-Wall® MX+, a FIPS 140-2 level 2 or 3 certification targeted SATA-to-SATA real-time crypto ASIC operating at 6Gb/s.
SAN JOSE, Calif., May 19, 2014 –Building on its heritage of expertise in hardware real-time encryption solutions, Enova Technology announced to exhibit at 2014 Computex Taipei, June 3~June 7. Computex Taipei is the largest ICT trade show in Asia and the second largest in the world. Enova Technology will present the innovative hardware crypto modules, Enigma 1 & Enigma 2, at the exhibition.
SAN JOSE, Calif., Jul. 15, 2013 – Building on its heritage of expertise in hardware real-time encryption solutions, Enova Technology today announced the launch of the Enigma 2, a USB hardware crypto module (HCM) with NIST/CSE certified hardware AES ECB/CBC engine up to 256-bit strength. It is capable of encrypting existing data in place such as selective files and folders of any computer detectable storage devices including boot drive, external drive such as USB or 1394, network attached drive and virtual drives such as Dropbox, Windows OneDrive and Google’s GoogleDrive.
Enova Technology sues Seagate Technology for infringing Enova’s United States patents
San Jose, California, June 20, 2013 – Enova Technology sues Seagate Technology for infringing Enova’s United States patents 7,136,995, entitled “Cryptographic Device,” and 7,900,057, entitled “Cryptographic Serial ATA Apparatus and Method,” patents that are directed to technology for encrypting/decrypting storage media, such as disk drives, without materially compromising overall system performance.
Enova Technology and Western Digital Corporation have agreed to a mutual dismissal of the pending patent litigation
San Jose, California, June 19, 2013 – Enova Technology and Western Digital Corporation have agreed to a mutual dismissal of the pending patent litigation (10-04-LPS District of Delaware) under the terms of a confidential patent license and settlement agreement.
Enova Technology Launches Enigma USB Data Encryption Solution for Consumer and Enterprise Data Protection
SAN JOSE, Calif., Aug. 6, 2012 – Building on its heritage of expertise in embedded encryption solutions, Enova Technology today announced the launch of the Enigma module, a USB encryption solution designed to provide consumers and enterprises with real-time full disk encryption for any USB mass storage class (MSC) drive.
Enova Technology Receives FIPS 140-2 Validation for X-Wall MX Cryptographic Modules
SAN JOSE, Calif., June 26, 2012 – Enova Technology, a market leader in innovative encryption security solutions, today announced its X-Wall MX-256 (AES ECB 256-bit) and X-Wall MX-256C (AES CBC 256-bit) advanced cryptographic modules have gained full approval from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2 validation.
Jan. 3 th 2012,Enova Launches Its 9 th Generation X-Wall DX processor, the1 st True Real-Time Hardware Encryption Processor for USB Mass Storage Class Devices
SAN JOSE, Calif. , July 11, 2011 — Enova Technology Corp., the real-time full disk encryption technology innovator, today announced its 9 th generation X-Wall DX processor, the 1 st true real-time hardware encryption processor for USB mass storage class devices.
Enova X-Wall MX-256 And X-Wall MX-256C Series Have Been FIPS 140-2 Certified With Certification Number 1471 and 1472
Enova Technology announces today that X-Wall MX-256 and X-Wall MX-256C series real-time full disk encryption processor family have been FIPS 140-2 (US Federal Information Processing Standard) certified with certification number 1471 and 1472 respectively.
EnovaX-Wall MX series have been FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validated for Physical Security
Enova Technology announces today that X-Wall MX series real-time full disk encryption processor family have been FIPS (US Federal Information Processing Standard) 140-2 Level 3 validated for Physical Security.
Enova X-Wall MX have been listed in the “In Process List”of the Cryptographic Module Validation Program for the US FIPS 140-2 certification
Enova Technology X-Wall MX real-time full disk cryptographic processor family have been listed in the “In Process List”of the Cryptographic Module Validation Program for the US Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2 (FIPS 140-2) certification.
Enova X-Wall MX-256C offers competitive performance (PCIe Gen 1 to SATA 3Gbits)
Enova´s X-Wall MX-256C real-time crypto processor offers competitive performance over using Hitachi and Western Digital SATA 3Gbit hard drives along with Silicon Image PCIe (Gen 1) to SATA (3Gbits) controller.
Enova X-Wall MX-256C offers competitive performance (PCIe Gen 2 to SATA 6Gbits)
Enova´s X-Wall MX-256C real-time crypto processor offers competitive performance over using Hitachi and Western Digital SATA 3Gbit hard drives along with Marvell PCIe (Gen 2) to SATA (6Gbits) controller.
Enova Technology X-Wall FX encryption solution received Microsoft WHQL certification
Enova Technology X-Wall FX password authenticated real-time full disk encryption solution received Microsoft WHQL (Windows Hardware Quality Labs) certification. Received “Certified for Windows” certificates include Windows XP 32/64-bit, Vista 32-64-bit, and Windows 7 32/64-bit
Retrofit your PC with CipherChain — DIY a 100% hardware AES 256-bit full disk encryption solution
The Addonics CipherChain is a small encryption module designed with Enova X-Wall MX Crypto-processor which has size of a Compact Flash and can be easily installed into any computing equipment. Practically any Desktop PC, Servers, Rack Mounted systems, Kiosk or external storage system can be secured with CipherChain.
Enova Technology and ASUSTeK Computer to Offer Reference Design for PC Products
Enova Technologies today unveiled a reference design that enables manufacturers to build PC products that are secure at the BIOS level. It combines Enova’s innovative X Wall MX hardware real-time AES cryptographic processor with a motherboard made by ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS), the world-largest motherboard maker, to provide real time, hardware encryption.
Enova Technologies Expands Range Of Hardware-Based Computer Security Solutions
Enova Technologies today announced the latest addition to its range of hardware based computer storage security solutions at RSA 2009. The pre-boot password authentication works in conjunction with the X-Wall MX to offer a complete security solution for a laptop or a desktop computer. The SATA disk drive inside the computer is real-time encrypted. There isn’t any clear text left unprotected. The encryption/decryption process is done using specially developed chips that deliver wire speed performance so there are no delays in the performance of the computer system.