The software also supports self-encrypting drives (SEDs).
What does SED stand for?
SED stands for Self-Encrypting Drive
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 210 other meanings of SED in our Acronym Attic
- Science, Environment and Development
- Sciences and Exploration Directorate (US NASA)
- Scottish Enterprise Dunbartonshire (UK)
- Secondary Electron Detector
- Sedalia (Amtrak station code; Sedalia, MO)
- Sedom, Israel - Domestic Airfield (airport code)
- Seeing-Eye Dog
- Selective Eating Disorder (psychology)
- Self Employment Development (various organizations)
- Senior Executive Development
- Senior Executive Director (various organizations)
- Sensor Evolutionary Development (aeronautics)
- Serious Emotional Disturbance
- Service d'Enseignement à Distance (French: Services for Distance Learning)
- Service d'Expérimentation et de Développement (French: Experimentation and Development Office; National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control)
- Service des Etablissements de Détention (French: Office of Detention Facilities; Switzerland)
- Severe Emotional Disability
- Severely Emotionally Disturbed
- Severely Employment Disadvantaged
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com (Staff) Seagate Technology LLC announced it is making available its Seagate Secure Self-Encrypting Drive (SED) technology as an option across its portfolio of enterprise-class hard drives.
Part of the Seagate Secure family of self-encrypting drives, the Momentus FDE drives feature government-grade encryption that delivers powerful security for confidential customer or corporate information on executive notebook computers, critical customer data on field sales and customer support notebook PCs, and sensitive information on personal notebooks.
The company said that the new version features a single integrated enterprise console for policies and profiles which provides support for Microsoft (Nasdaq:MSFT) Windows (including Windows 7 64 bit), Mac OS and/or Linux support, OPAL Self-Encrypting Drives (SED), Full-Disk and File Folder Encryption, removable media encryption, portable and secure USB encryption and Intel Anti-Theft Technology.