Many organizations rely on deleting or ‘forgetting’ the drive’s main encryption key to render the drive’s data unrecoverable, a process known as cryptographic erasure (Crypto Erase). But depending on your organization’s risk tolerance, Crypto Erase may or may not be the best solution for your business.
Crypto Erase has a reputation for being a quick and effective way to remove data from hard disk drives. In fact, it’s one of the three methods to achieve data sanitization and ensure your organization’s data is completely removed and can’t be recovered by any standard forensic means.
Download the technical white paper to dive into the technology behind cryptographic erasure. You’ll learn:
- Cryptographic erasure’s strengths and weaknesses
- How to effectively perform the Crypto Erase method
- Which data sanitization method(s) are right for your business