Importance of NIST 800-88 compliant secure erasure solution in the modern era.

To ensure data security at the end of an asset's life, data erasure software is an essential tool that completely removes sensitive information from storage devices. To be effective, such software must comply with industry standards, such as those set by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). This article will explain how Securaze complies with NIST standards.

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New and improved Securaze Mobile

After months of hard work, we had the pleasure of introducing our new product Securaze Mobile for secure data erasure, specifically designed for end-of-life devices, to you about 2 months ago. And we are happy to inform you now that we have continued to work hard to provide you with more new and innovative features to use, which we have already succeeded in doing!

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Use your OpenID Connect to use Securaze

Numerous different accounts with various passwords, and in the end: absolutely no overview of which one belongs where. Well, not with Securaze! We support you and allow you to memorize one password less. But how does it work? Find out in this blog!

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Work Diagnostics

Work Diagnostics is a part of the Securaze Work software program designed for testing the functionality of various parts of a technical device. The diagnosis improves and enriched reports and the authenticity of Securaze products and helps in the efficient and thorough classification of reusable and resalable items. With Work Diagnose, you have a detailed overview of your assets and can make projections of potential revenue when considering what to repair and sell or dispose of. Customers then buying these used items receive a certificate confirming the status of the equipment, adding value and making it more trustworthy.

The diagnosis can be run automatically or manually after Work boots up on a device, depending on which tests you want to run. Tests of RAM, battery, motherboard, Bluetooth and WiFi are performed automatically in the background and do not require any further attention from the operator once started. When the tests have been completed, the user receives a pop-up window with information about their completion and whether any errors occurred. USB, screen, webcam, keyboard and mouse are tested manually and require the user's intervention.

USB ports are tested by connecting a device in order to list all detected ports. When testing the screen, the first thing to do is to select a test type, as shown in the picture below, and afterwards the screen changes colors from red, to green, to blue, to black and white squares, to white only, to black only, and then back to screen displays. In case of screen problems, the part of the screen being damaged can then be selected.

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