Confidently erase data in active environments and from used IT assets.
Boost services throughout the device lifecycle—from first sale to end-of-life.
Expedite processes, recover more marketable product, and increase services.
Home » Resources » How Do Blancco Erasure Solutions Help Organizations Comply with the National Electronic Securit…
NESA is a federal authority responsible for cyber security strategy in the UAE and NESA requirements include three distinct areas: ISO 27001, PCI DSS and Cyber Essentials. Compliance is mandatory for all UAE government entities and entities identified as ‘Critical National Service’ by NESA.
Compliance is also applicable and mandatory for all other participating stakeholders who support and deal with critical national information, or provide such services. For all other UAE entities, NESA recommends to follow the guidelines on a voluntary basis, in order to participate in raising the nation’s minimum security level.
The objective of NESA compliance is not only to keep critical data safe, but also to:
Blancco data erasure solutions can remove data from IT assets in both active and inactive environments to meet compliance with NESA guidelines and provide them with proof of erasure of sensitive information in the event of a data breach. Each erasure is verified and certified with an audit-ready, tamper-proof Certificate of Erasure, which can be recorded, tracked and easily accessed within the Blancco Management Console when it’s time to prove compliance.
By securely erasing the data you no longer need, your organization can reduce its attack surface to ensure sensitive data isn’t within the reach of hackers. And with a proper audit trail, you can ensure compliance and notify customers as soon as possible which data has been affected.
H3 Secure works with Blancco to distribute data erasure solutions that support compliance with cyber security frameworks such as NESA.
ESG regulations are ramping up. Enterprise data use is skyrocketing. And 39% of businesses are missing the connection. See survey results from 1,800 leaders.