Monthly Archives: November 2014

Data crushers: because your business can’t afford to compromise its data

Recently, in a post published at bobsguide, IT expert and Imprima Torgny Gunnarsson stated that Online Trust reported that 740 million online records containing sensitive data were exposed in 2013. In the same year, Adobe was hacked and lost user information for 33 million customers. 40 million Target shoppers had their credit card details accessed by hackers.  […]

The Scary Truth of Solid State Data Destruction

In the end, the best way to ensure that data is gone is to physically destroy the drive. However, traditional rotational drives do a have a couple options that are considered “safe” for data destruction. Many people mistakenly believe that these types of solid state data destruction are also safe for solid state drives. The simplest method of […]

How important is hard drive destruction? Ask The Guardian.

According to a recent article from the Associated Press, a White House spokesman said recently that he had a hard time imagining a scenario in which the United States government would ever order the hard drive destruction of a news outlet’s computers. The statement followed the story that the British government had threatened shut down of The Guardian newspaper […]