Tag Archives: Solid State Drive Data Security

When “Deleted” Files Aren’t Deleted

When you delete a file, you might think that it’s gone forever. If you don’t know how your computer actually stores your data on your drive, whether you have a traditional spinning hard drive or an SSD, you’d be surprised at what can be recovered, especially when a device falls into the wrong hands. When […]

Are You Prepared to Securely Dispose of Solid-State Drives?

Does your organization dispose of solid-state drives while leaving data intact? Improper disposal of solid-state drives or SSDs can leave your data exposed to breaches. Solid-state drives are commonly used in modern computers and laptops for quick boot drives and data storage as the technology becomes affordable and reliable. Protect the Sensitive Information on Your […]

Why You Should Destroy Unused SSD Drives

Every year we read news articles about data breaches and millions of customers, patients, employees, etc. data being unshielded. Unfortunately, one of the reasons these data breaches occur is because not all companies are able to stay on top of all the proper ways to protect data and the people the data belongs to. We […]

Solid State Data Destruction That You Can Depend On

When you think about solid state data destruction, what comes to mind? Solid state data (SSD) is a technology recording device found in computers, servers, tablets, and USB drives. With the increase in businesses choosing SSD over traditional electromechanical memory disks, there eventually comes a need for safe destruction. Whether it be for a new […]

Have Sensitive Data on SSDs? Here Are 3 Reasons Why In-House SSD Destruction Is Better

Solid state drives (SSDs) are becoming increasingly popular as companies move away from traditional data storage technologies such as hard drives, because SSDs can hold large amounts of data easily and be rapidly accessed. Examples of SSDs include miniaturized electronic devices and data storage media that include USBs, PDAs, smart phones and circuit boards. Encryption […]