Information leakage is a major threat to all organisations. IT departments often spent millions of dollars on access security, anti-virus and intrusion-protection. This security fortress becomes inadequate when dealing with information leakage via data storage sanitization.
When a file is erased or deleted from your computer, the actual data in the file is not gone forever. The space utilized by that file is simply marked as “free” for use by other data. The case also applies to hard disks which are spoilt or with bad sectors. The fact is your data is still lurking in those hard disks that have no operational use.
Many people would think that once other data is written in that space, the original data becomes gone forever. However, with data recovery tools readily available, it is now possible to recover data even after it has been written over a few times.
Degaussing is the process for reducing the magnetization of a magnetic storage device to zero by applying a reverse (coercive) magnetizing force, rendering any previously stored data unreadable and unintelligible, and ensuring that it cannot be recovered by any technology known to exist.
The powerful electromagnetic field from degaussing process ensures complete media device data destruction.
Data Terminator has the capability, competency and track record to provide organisations with effective data leakage protection solutions.
Data Terminator’s secure data sanitization processes ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001: 2004 certified, the first in its class in Singapore, signifying our commitment and priority to organisations’ security needs.
Data Terminator’s secure data sanitization service covers all forms of electronic data storage media, which includes hard drive, magnetic tape, audio/video tape, optical media, flash media, static storage media, floppy and Zip cartridge, etc.
DT provides a high quality degaussing service based on ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001: 2004 certified – ICT Storage Media Erasure, Destruction & IT Asset Disposal Services. We provide a quality checking process to demagnetizes the disk so that all data stored on the disk is permanently destroyed. Thus making the disk impossible to be recovered by any recovery tools available.