The EU GDPR famously enforces the Right to Erasure (Article 17). It requires all who collect or...Read More
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The news is exploding with stories of high profile cases concerning the loss of sensitive data, emphasizing the need to properly destroy that data. Data erasure allows companies to mitigate risk, achieve compliance and reduce the risk of data breaches. By completely destroying information, businesses can feel secure that their employee and customer data is safe.
As regulatory requirements increase and organizations slowly mature, many enterprises are moving...Read More
A lot of IT security folks are very conversant with data security, records management and even...Read More
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