Secure Data Management with Automated Audit Trail
What is ClaraWipe?
A truly secure solution. ClaraWipe is the first line of defense against data breaches, and guarantees secure, absolute data destruction for all devices and drives.
Secure Data Management is the foundation of your company’s professional integrity. Current industry solutions do not cover the extensive span of devices covered by ClaraWipe. Clarabyte can be integrated into your current hardware solution with no additional, complicated costs for transitioning. Secure, simple, and cost effective.
How secure is ClaraWipe?
ClaraWipe meets or exceeds all major national and international regulatory and technical standards including:
- Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOx)
- HIPAA & HITECH
- The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (FACTA)
- US Department of Defense 5220.22-M
- CSEC ITSG-06
- Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)
Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA)
EU data protection directive of 1995
Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA)
California Senate Bill 1386
- and others.
How vulnerable are you?
Advances in forensic tools make data recovery possible, even from wiped and disassembled hard drives. Therefore, a need exists for truly complete wiping, which ClaraWipe can achieve with ease.
Currently, security agencies use advanced applications to gather cybercrime-related evidence. The established industrial spy agencies are adopting sophisticated channel coding techniques to reclaim data from wiped and disassembled drives. For instance, they adopt Partial Maximum Likelihood (PRML) to reconstruct data on the magnetic discs. Other methods include the use of magnetic force microscopy and recovery of data based on patterns in erase bands. In addition to sophisticated data recovery systems, information can be easily restored with off-the-shelf data recovery utilities, making the erased confidential data quite accessible. Protect yourself.
ClaraWipe sets the new standard for the most complete and secure solution. All data is destroyed with absolutely no possibility of future recovery.