Blancco Brings Security to CeBIT 2012
The Mecca of the digital industry is at CeBIT (News - Alert) 2012 in Hannover, Germany from March 6th through March 10th. The strike activities of union workers may have created some setbacks in public transportation, but nothing is going to stop the most ambitious and innovative from attending the digital convention of the century in order to promote their wizardly solutions. Blancco, a company globally respected for their data erasure solutions, is no exception. They will be there. At booth D78, Security Hall 12, Blancco will bring to the digital world the security solutions befitting of this edgy event.
Blancco is featuring the key essentials for data erasure for both physical and virtual settings. These three creations efficiently eliminate sensitive data and enable the safe disposal or reuse of hardware. The Blancco Management Console is the solution for managing IT assets, the Blancco Mobile Edition is the smartphone and tablet solution for data erasure, and the Blancco Data Center Solution is accustomed for administrators of hardware assets and everything else in the data center. These solutions come equipped with thorough reports that track hardware and software statistics and data erasures. Because Blancco is a trusted name in data erasure that offers solutions that are customizable and conveniently managed, even the laziest and careless of us will be in good hands.
Kim Väisänen, CEO and co-founder of Blancco, tells the press, “Managing trust and security in the digital world is a critical goal for governments and corporations, and Blancco will present an array of solutions at CeBIT to help achieve this goal using automated data erasure for almost every type of hardware. Having just received the internationally recognized Common Criteria certification Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL) 3+, Blancco realizes the importance of rigorous adherence to numerous technical standards, as well as the need for customized solutions that streamline the erasure process, improve productivity, and offer auditable erasure reports."
Edited by Rich Steeves