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data remanenceThe retention of erased data on a magnetic medium. Sensitive detection systems can pick up the residue (remnants) from previously recorded data even though the area has been rewritten. This is not a simple procedure; however, it is employed if the missing information is related to national defense or some other critical situation. See secure delete and computer forensics.
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When used to securely erase hard disk drives (HDDs) and solid state drives (SSDs), IT assets can then be refurbished and remarketed without any worry related to data remanence
The module looks to safeguard data against unauthorized third party access or concerns of data remanence
by safely protecting all data, no matter where it resides, through a software-defined encryption storage layer.