''Latest Disk wipe tool—DATA COPY KING-- Is Coming to Serve You''' |+|
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|−|Hard drive wipe is not new to us, while the data security awareness doesn’t keep up with this concept. And the public are still wondering how to erase the sensitive data, just cast aside or use free hard drive wipe software is ok enough; or professional hard drive wipe tool should be employed. |+|
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|−|How important it is to erase data ? |+|
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|−|Rapid technological change and the short lifespan of IT assets, has articulated the need to permanently erase the data on retired equipment. The popularity of removable media such as USB drives has grown exponentially resulting in the alarming rise in data leaks through these devices, further heightening the need to properly wipe electronic data via hard drive wipe tool. |+|
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|−|Information assets pose a significant risk due to the large volumes of confidential information that is stored on them. Data must be completely erased before IT assets are disposed of, recycled, reused or donated. |+|
|−|What is the consequence of Failure to erase data could result in: |+|
|−|• Identity theft |+|
|−|• Federal and/or civil liability |+|
|−|• Exorbitant fines or lawsuits |+|
|−|• Irreparable damage to an organization’s reputation |+|
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|−|• Decline in revenue due to bad will and loss of clients |+|
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|−|• Confidential data leaks |+|
|−|How is your data leaked? |+|
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|−|Have you thought of the way you deal with your used electronic devices? How do you deal with the electronic storage media like USB stick? Just left it alone or throw them away, and then forget you have ever had such devices. Data leak is right rooting from the carelessly discarded hard drive or USB stick which could contain confidential data such as credit card details, social security numbers, bank details or clients’ information. |+|
|−|How to erase data safely and sustainably with a reliable hard drive wipe tool? |+|
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|−|Presently there are three ways to erase data from electronic media: Software overwrite/Degauss/ Physical destruction. |+|
|−|Usually free hard drive wipe software is adopted by large amount of individuals however cannot be used if the media is damaged or is not writeable, unable to carry out data erasing on the locked/hidden sectors and depend on the BIOS/OS to perform the data erasing process. And meanwhile it cannot achieve the data erasing compliance appointed by government or organization |+|
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|−|Meanwhile, both degaussing and physical destruction cannot erase the data safely, and don’t provide reporting of the data erasing process which need to prove regulatory compliance; meanwhile hard drives and other electronic storage cannot be reused anymore, and it is not an environment- friendly approach. |+|
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|−|Then what is the safest and sustainable way to erase data? Yes, DATA COPY KING is such a unique external disk wipe tool which performs data erasing independently from PC simply bypassing BIOS/OSAND and carrying out data erasing on the hidden/locked sectors, even on the hard drives with severe bad sectors and hard drives with clicking noises. Meanwhile, DATA COPY KING can sanitize the hard drive or other electronic storage devices to factory-level, so that they can be utilized again in an environment-friendly way to erase data. |+|
|−|Therefore, please keep informed and an eye to our website for more information of this new product with hard drive wipe function to erase data permanently, which will be released by SalvationDATA Technology in late February of 2010. More information please email us at info[at]salvationdata.com . |+|
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From 2005 to 2008, Jonathan Soroko was a member of team conducting discovery in September 11th-related litigation for a leading aviation defense firm, conducting analyses of classified and unclassified documents. He was responsible for supervising a number of sensitive projects, legal analysis of certain claims, using GIS software to create data maps of the attacks, and using the CaseMap suite (in particular, TimeMap) to create chronologies of certain data sets.
His recent pro bono activities have been, inter alia, on behalf of the Disaster Accountability Project (http://disasteraccountability.org), creating the Disaster Best Practices wiki (http://disasterbestpractices.org), and creation of the blog Popular Logistics. (http://popularlogistics.com), and more recently, http://discoverystrategistblog.com)
Mr. Soroko was senior manager and counsel with a leading international investigative consulting firm. His responsibilities included training junior personnel in on-line research, investigative analysis, the identification and retrieval of state and federal government records, and surveillance. In addition he was responsible for recruiting investigators and experts; managing large-scale and sensitive assignments which have included public and private sector monitorships (IPSIG assignments), pretrial investigations in widely publicized matters, locating assets, service of process on parties attempting to evade service, internal investigations, and securities law compliance investigations.
Mr. Soroko’s work has included investigations of corporate espionage, kickback schemes,
fraud, embezzlement, theft of trade secrets, money-laundering, large-scale insurance
fraud, white-collar defense, pension fraud, stock manipulation, securities compliance,
murder, missing-persons inquiries. His investigations have led to acquittals and dismissals
of criminal charges against those wrongfully accused and convictions of those whose
conduct injured or threatened to injure his clients. Mr. Soroko successfully located and
served Radavan Karadzic, in war-crimes litigation brought on behalf of victims of the
Mr. Soroko served for five years as a prosecutor in New York City and in the Office of
the Special Narcotics Prosecutor. He worked both as appellate counsel and trial
counsel, investigated homicides and managed investigations into mid- and high-level drug
Mr. Soroko is a graduate of Bard College and New York Law School, where he was a
member of the Law Review. His articles have been published in The Nation and The
Hofstra Law Review.