Data Destruction Service officially launched

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Our data destruction service was officially launched in Taiwan on 7 April 2022. Our team has been working very hard over the last few months in order to launch this new data destruction service.

Why Data Destruction?

Data Destruction services and products are the most recognized way to destroy information from any storage device effectively, and they fulfill international standards such as NSADOD 5220.22-MNIST 800-88 R1(Revision 1)EN 15713:2009, EN 15713:2023ISO-27001:2013 and ISO-27001:2022.

Nowadays, digital information is stored everywhere: on servers, computers, laptops, mobile phones, and other storage media. This information may include Personally Identifiable Information (PII), personal information, confidential information, passwords, configurations, proprietary information, GDPR-related information, and even trade secrets.

For instance, when we open an attachment in an email software, the temporary file will be left on the hard disk, and the data residing on the disk may exceed our expectations. Simply using the native system command to delete the data or format the disk won’t suffice, as the information will still reside on the disk and can be easily recovered. Even if the hard drive cannot operate normally, data recovery companies can still retrieve the data. Additionally, as more people use smartphones for work, mobile devices may also contain sensitive information, such as PII, personal information, confidential information, proprietary information, GDPR-related information, or even trade secrets, within instant messaging Apps, Email Apps, or Photo Apps. Therefore, a standard and effective way to completely and securely erase/purge/wipe our data before IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) is crucial.

Furthermore, adversaries may leverage indirect information such as passwords and configurations as the source of reconnaissance. Hackers can easily crack the password inside the networking appliance to perform additional brute force attacks or even leverage the knowledge of network architecture to conduct further attacks.

To ensure that your data is safely and effectively disposed of, CyberSecThreat leverages advanced technologies and skilled infosec professionals to provide data destruction services. We can securely erase your data to ensure that it cannot be recovered, keeping you and your business safe from cyber threats.

Our data destruction service also includes the scrapping and disposal of IT assets, such as servers, desktop computers, laptops, mobile phones, tablets, and other storage devices. We can provide IT asset management solutions to ensure that your IT equipment is properly handled and sensitive data is securely erased.

Finally, we also provide data destruction certificates to ensure that your data is safely disposed of and compliant with various regulations and requirements. If you would like to learn more about our data destruction service, please contact our professional team.

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NextGen IT Asset Disposition (ITAD)

Free Degaussing & Data Destruction of Magnetic-Only Hard Disk Drive Program

Patented Degauss Verification Magnetic Sticker

Information stored in information systems, devices or in any other storage media shall be deleted when no longer required.

ISO/IEC 27001:2022 Annex A 8.10

Different types of Storage Sanitization/Information Deletion required by NIST 800-88

  • Hard Copy Storage
  • Networking Devices – Routers and Switches
  • Mobile Devices – Cell phones, Smartphones, PDAs, tablets, iPad, and other devices
  • Office Equipment – copy, print, fax, and multifunction machines
  • Magnetic Media
    • Floppies
    • MO disc (magneto-optical disc)
    • Zip disk
    • Magnetic Disks (flexible or fixed)
    • Reel and Cassette Format Magnetic Tapes
    • ATA Hard Disk Drives include PATA, SATA, eSATA, etc
    • SCSI Hard Disk Drives include Parallel SCSI, Serial Attached SCSI (SAS), Fibre Channel, USB Attached Storage (UAS), and SCSI Express
  • Peripherally Attached Storage
    • External Locally Attached Hard Drives include USB, Firewire, etc. (Treat eSATA as ATA Hard drive.)
  • Optical Media – CD, DVD, Blue-ray Disc
  • Flash Memory-Based Storage Devices
    • ATA Solid State Drives (SSDs) include PATA, SATA, eSATA, etc.
    • SCSI Solid State Drives (SSSDs) include Parallel SCSI, Serial Attached SCSI (SAS), Fibre Channel, USB Attached Storage (UAS), and SCSI Express.
    • NVM Express SSDs (NVMe)
    • USB Removable Media includes Pen Drives, Thumb Drives, Flash Memory Drives, Memory Sticks, etc.
    • Memory Cards include SD, SDHC, MMC, Compact Flash Memory, Microdrive, MemoryStick, etc.
    • Embedded Flash Memory on Boards and Devices includes motherboards and peripheral cards such as network adapters or any other adapter containing non-volatile flash memory.
  • RAM and ROM-Based Storage Devices
    • Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM)
    • Electronically Alterable PROM (EAPROM)
    • Electronically Erasable PROM (EEPROM)

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