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What is Data Classification? Data classification is the process of evaluating specific data and restricting access according to the security
The New Data Erasure Standard As data storage devices diversify and technology advances, defining an all-media erasure method standard becomes
Erasing a file from the PC does not completely delete the file. Existing data remains on the drive while the
There are physical and technical methods to delete data. Physical methods include degaussing, crushing, melting, incineration, and perforation. The physical
What Is Data Erase Erasing files on Windows is fundamental to information security. Users must follow this instruction: Remove unused
With the advancement of technology, the amount of data worldwide has increased. The demand for HDD and SSD disk-based storage
SSDs have become so ubiquitous that they are the first to come up before HDDs when talking about storage devices.
Boasting a faster data throughput and higher bandwidth than HDDs, SSD’s prevalence is continuing to increase interest and enquiries about
Advances in technology and the emergence of new data storage devices have led that data destruction has become a more
NIST SP 800-88 Rev. 1, Guidelines for Media Sanitization, can be summarized as follows: 1) the purpose and scope of
The DoD 5220.22-M data wipe method has long been widely used by organizations as a standard for data erasure. This
The HIPAA (The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) strictly regulates covered entities not to disclose PHI (Protected Health Information)
Data wiping with Secudrive Drive Eraser makes it logically unrecoverable by repeatedly overwriting zeros, ones, or random numbers on the
We launched Secudrive Drive Eraser, a new USB-type secure data erasure solution for businesses, into the market on July 21.
One of the biggest cyber security vendors in South Korea, Secudrive is participating in GISEC 2019 from April 1 to 3