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Corporate electronic information retirement requirements

UltraSentry and corporate security compliancyBusiness, enterprise, government, education, and consumer: Are you compliant with new information privacy acts?

New regulations require you to have a customer privacy policy in place. Your policy must include secure document retirement in order to be compliant with recent acts, including:

  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  • Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLB Act)
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Act
  • The Patriot Act
  • Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act

UltraSentry uses the same disk sanitizing methods developed by the U.S. Department of Defense.

Private client data is a sensitive matter in almost every corporate sector of today's business world. Not only must your clients' personal information be protected; you must have the tools and procedures in place to ensure their privacy and secure their identity. Using UltraSentry's military-grade data deletion features, you can begin your strategy for corporate security.

So what is a "secure document retirement policy"?

Secure document retirement ensures that deleted electronic files or discarded paper documents are rendered unrecoverable. Most companies already have a policy to destroy paper documents, however, few companies have such a policy for electronic files. A compliant secure electronic document retirement policy will ensure that both paper and electronic information are properly disposed of.

How important is a secure document retirement policy, and how can UltraSentry help?

A single improperly discarded computer or electronic file can contain hundreds or thousands of sensitive customer records. The failure of companies to properly discard customer information is contributing to one of the fastest growing crimes in the world: identity theft. UltraSentry can be used to sanitize discarded machines and archived files thus minimizing the risk of a potential compromise and ensuring your corporate compliancy with federal electronic document retirements.

Compliance in the news

"The National Association of Independent Insurers calls the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act the 'newest class-action cash cow.' Non-compliant institutions can have their FDIC insurance terminated. Corporate officers and directors can be held personally liable for civil and criminal penalties of up to $10,000 and fines of up to $1 million."
- National Association of Independent Insurers

Corporate peace of mind

By incorporating UltraSentry into your electronic file retirement strategy, you can securely overwrite and erase ALL sensitive information, giving you not only compliance but peace of mind.

Purchase an UltraSentry technician license to decommission an unlimited number of machines.

UltraSentry technician licenseMany corporate customers find a technician license highly satisfactory for decommissioning multiple user personal computers or electornic data. Find out how an UltraSentry technician license can help you.