As multinational companies build brands around the world and store data of their customers across borders, there are increasing risks for storing information that passes between systems and data centers.
Storing sensitive data which contains industrial secrets, records on key national infrastructure and potentially the nuclear codes poses a great security challenge for companies and government agencies that want to use cloud infrastructure.
There are a number of risks associated with the use of software for hard drive erasing and ‘cleaning’ especially when companies want to dispose of their old hard drives for recycling purposes.
Several IT companies are facing multi-state lawsuits following alleged poor practices that led to the breach of 3.9 million patient records, exposing personal information and medical records.
When it comes to hard drive degaussing and software erasure tools, there are a number of distinct differences between the two methods that businesses and organizations need to be aware of.
Whether you are looking to invest in a degausser for the first time or are seeking to upgrade your data security infrastructure, we provide a number of solutions and specialized degaussers to enable you to fully erase data from hard drives and tapes.
VS Security Products has announced it will attend the 2018 GITEX Technology Week in Dubai this October to showcase some of its latest hard drive degaussers.
Using a hard drive degausser in your business can provide total protection for your customer or employee data, but what are some of the advantages of investing in a data degausser?
How do you ‘erase your computer hard drive?’ Well, securely erasing a hard drive is a fairly simple process which basically involves you taking your hard drive out of your computer or laptop, and using a special machine called a degausser to erase all the data from it.
Degaussing hard drives has become a necessity for companies and organizations that need to erase sensitive data securely. This quick guide provides an introduction to degaussing and in particular degaussing hard drives.