Make Sure End-of-Life Data Is Gone, Gone, Gone.
Used by public and private-sector organizations alike, NIST SP 800-88, Rev. 1 guidelines are considered the standard in data sanitization today.
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- What NIST 800-88, Rev. 1 says about data sanitization—and how these recommendations differ from the DoD 5220.22-M (“DoD Wipe”) method
- The differences between NIST Clear, Purge and Destroy levels of sanitization
- What’s important to your peers when choosing a data sanitization standard
- Best practices for data sanitization on solid-state drives (SSDs) and hard disk drives (HDDs)
- How and why organizations are moving from DoD to NIST
In less than :60, you’ll be guided through the fundamental sanitization best practices covered by these globally respected guidelines. You’ll also discover how adopting NIST SP 800-88 for data sanitization ensures you’ve rendered end-of-life data permanently unrecoverable from all data storage media.
- NIST Privacy Framework Deputy Manager Ellen Nadeau provides an exciting update on the upcoming NIST Privacy Framework, anticipated in late 2019.
- Sign up to watch on-demand and we’ll send you a free copy of our NIST Quick Start Guide covering the three categories of NIST 800-88 sanitization, factors influencing which category to choose, and more.
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