Tag Archives: Data Center

Do You Have A Data Destruction Plan?

When drafting your cybersecurity strategy, it is important to remember your old hard drives. Your old hard drives can still pose a dangerous threat regardless of how old your hard drives are. Every computer and multifunction printer you have in your workplace will have a hard drive that has sensitive and confidential data.  The data […]

Physical Data Destruction: Protection From Data Breaches

The physical destruction of data involves destroying any data that has been stored on hard drives and other forms of electronic media. When physical data destruction takes place, anything that has been stored on the drives will not be readable or accessible by anyone, especially those who want to use the data for unauthorized purposes.  […]

Data Security: Secure Data Disposal

Computers, hard drives, and other equipment that have been used heavily in a protected and confidential environment will eventually have to be removed responsibility at some point. Even if you have plans to transfer the data on the equipment from one device to another or place it on a storage device, those drives will need […]

Don’t Risk a Costly Data Breach—Destroy Old Digital Media

Does Your Company Have a Plan to Properly Dispose of Digital Media? Has your company instituted a plan on how to properly dispose of old digital media and devices, such as hard drives, solid state drives, magnetic tapes, optical discs, USB flash drives, floppy disks, and cell phones? If not, your company’s reputation and sensitive […]