Data erasure management console.
Centralize and monitor your IT asset erasure and disposal processes in a 100% secure and convenient environment. Call Ontrack today for a FREE quote.
Total erasure management.
Erasure management console is a robust, secure, and cost-effective solution for the complete management of the data erasure process with erasure software.
It supports control of IT assets and data lifecycle, streamlining data erasure through the management of administrators, users, activities, and software licenses.You’ll benefit from a centralized point of data management control with 100% certified, tamper-proof audit reports. Remotely control erasure over your network and access tamper-free certificates and reports.
Flexible erasure deployment either on-the-premises or in the cloud.
Monitor and control ongoing data erasures.
Produces a 100% certified data erasure and tamper-proof audit report.
Ensures compliance with industry standards and regulations, including PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOX, ISO 27001, ISO 27040 and GDPR.
Why choose Ontrack?
Fast and Simple
- User-friendly interface and quick installation
- No need to have an Internet connection
- Build a secure data destruction process in just five minutes
- Conform to recognized international erasure standards
- Comply with internal policies for information security and data loss prevention
- Proof of erasure via detailed, tamper-proof reporting
Maintain full histories of devices, such as asset tags and serial numbers
Data Erasure FAQs
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