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CyberScrub cyberCide 2.0

Delete ALL Data from Hard Drives Secure Erasure Beyond RecoveryEssential for
Publisher: CyberScrub LLC
Category: Utilities
Version: 2.0
License: shareware
Cost: 0$
Size: 1.21 MB
Updated: 25 Oct 2006
Delete ALL Data from Hard DrivesSecure Erasure Beyond RecoveryEssential for HIPAA ComplianceIdeal for Return of Leased Assestsand Computer Disposal"Delete" or "Format" doesn't mean EraseWhether your data is sent to the recycle bin or your entire drive is formatted and repartitioned, the chance of unauthorized discovery is very real and poses issues of risk and liability. Securely wipe, overwrite and delete privileged data with cyberCide."There are no commercial or black-market file retrieval products that have been known to retrieve a file after this process."New York Times 05/02/02cyberCide employs advanced erasure options that will defeat software OR hardware forensic recovery. cyberCide provides a cost effective solution for the critical task of data destruction.Essential Protection for Health Care (HIPAA) and Financial Privacy- Data DestructionDesigned for strict compliance with corporate/government file retention and erasure policies, cyberCide utilizes wipe methods that exceed standards set by the U.S. Department of Defense. Fully configurable and easy to deploy, cyberCide supports 85 partition types, overwrites ( deletes ) data on both logical/physical drives, and allows the user to select unique wipe methods for each space. Regardless of native operating system, cyberCide will identify and purge any size drive or partition.Protecting information is a serious responsibility that may have ethical and legal consequences. Health records, passwords, marketing plans, IP, bids, personnel and payroll data, tax returns, sales contracts, trade secrets and email are examples of sensitive data that may reside on a computer scheduled for disposal. Many have discovered, to their shock and dismay, the significance of unsecured data erasure.Main Features: The data on drives formatted with cyberCide are destroyed beyond recovery using advanced wiping techniques that can stop both software and hardware tools from recoving...

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