Not erasing your old data could lead to data loss...
...which could cost you millions of Euros
...and the trust of your customers and suppliers.
So, what’s the difference between Deleting and Erasing?
Deleting means you only remove the path to the data but the data will be intact and recoverable until you overwrite it.
Data erasure is overwriting the data in sector level on the drive. This will make recovery of the data 100% impossible.
Data erasing is a must for GDPR
The General Data Protection Regulation (in short GDPR) is a regulation by the European Commission which intends to strengthen and unify data protection for individuals within the European Union.
Article 17 GDPR Right to erasure (‘right to be forgotten’)
Is there a Report after the Erasure ?
After erasing your hardware we will generate a report which you could use for the Audit trail, the proof of erasure.
The report will give an overview of the hardware information.
What are the Certificates following the erasure ?
ADISA Product Claim Testing Certificate validates that our methods can be used to sanitise data against ADISA risk levels 1, 2, 3, and 4 (please view below document, ADPC0056)
Details of the methods used and the result can be found in the Assurance Report with ref. kjm/dk/10-17 Test level 2: Stellar Physical NIST Purge (NIST SP 800-88)
Finally ... What are the Features ?
1. 100% Erasure of all data on treated device
2.Supports: SSD / HDD / Server / PC / Laptop / Mobile / Tablet
3.Complies with the secure data removal in ISO 27001, PCI DSS, HIPAA and SOX
4.Conforms to EU GDPR Article 17 (Right to be forgotten and to erasure)
5.Immediate support response time (within 2 hours) from receipt of call or e-mail
Please contact us for more information!