Embedded devices have traditionally had limited security features. The small size of most embedded devices prevents extensive security features from being implemented, which is a big problem for Enterprise System OEMs who require data be rendered unreadable in the advent of a security breach. With Enterprise System OEMs, the host system must maintain ultimate control over security algorithms. A comprehensive solution came out called SiSecure. With SiSecure, application data and software IP are tied to a specific drive, which means the host system can verify the drive and create unique encryption keys to prevent theft. Confidential data can be removed at several levels, from ultra-fast data erasure to complete destruction of the master boot records, file allocation tables (FATs), or even the drive itself. Write protection can be set up for read-only access, and password protection is available for read/write access. Design engineers can define up to five independent security zones with different security parameters for protection and flexibility. Applications requiring advanced levels of security, such as data recorders, wearable and field computers, medical monitoring and diagnostic equipment, POS systems, and voting machines are able to activate features such as ultra-fast data erasure and sanitization, data zones with independent security parameters, and secure areas for OEMs to access and create their own encryption/decryption keys. SiSecure protects application data and software IP from theft, falling into the wrong hands from deployments in high risk areas, corruption, and accidental or malicious overwrites. The security industry has focused on portable storage devices for the consumer electronics industry for users who want the security algorithm to travel with the storage device (such as, a USB thumb drive). This technology allows the user to protect and use the data on any system, whether it is an office PC, home computer, Internet kiosk, or other public computer. Software applications and user data are encrypted and password protected using industry-defined security protocols, which become targets for Internet hackers. Enterprise System OEMs operate under a different premise. Data must be rendered unreadable if the storage devices are removed from the systems for which they were intended. Highly-visible security breaches, such as a flash card with sensitive military documents being found in a bazaar in Bagram, Afghanistan, have become more prevalent as more and more embedded devices handle sensitive data. In the Enterprise System OEM market, the host system must maintain ultimate control over security algorithms to protect data and prevent IP theft. These algorithms can be as simple as ensuring that the correct storage product is in the host, or as intricate as tying the software IP and application data directly to the storage device. SiSecure :- SiSecure is a comprehensive solution that overcomes the design challenges and performance trade-offs in hard drives and traditional flash cards to deliver an unprecedented level of embedded storage system security. SiSecure enables designers to easily integrate security to guard against critical data from falling into the wrong hands and software IP theft. In addition, SiSecure integrates a suite of low-level, and specific commands that can be used by the host to create a completely proprietary, highly-configurable security algorithm. SiSecure increases storage system flexibility, while decreasing cost by eliminating the need for storing information on multiple platforms based on security requirements. Benefits to OEMs include IP theft prevention, new market opportunities, and being able to capture untapped revenue streams and enhanced product differentiation.