Pioneering data eradication solutions in compliance with stringent regulation mandates: TechR2
As companies deploy New Technologies into their organizations, they are faced with real problems of what to do with their old and outdated IT Assets. Be it data security, safety, confidentiality, compliance or environmental policies, it is no longer acceptable for companies to simply throw away failed or decommissioned data bearing devices or just pass them over to a third party. Companies have to consider protecting data that exists on such devices. Protecting this confidential information can not only help to avoid costly and potentially disastrous data breaches, but also to keep the company’s intellectual property safe. One company, TechR2, LLC, has the A to Z solution.
TechR2 acts as an objective third party with the expertise to assess the security risk and customize a complete solution for its clients.
TechR2 provides an independent certification of destruction with teeth, backed by a world renowned insurer, Llyod’s of London. TechR2’s ultimate goal is to be the long-term partner in providing data security solutions to its clients protecting against data breach and damage to brand reputation.“By adopting a completely transparent process of data eradication on-site within the 4-walls of the organization, TechR2 ensures – and guarantees – compliance with all industry regulations”, says Sepp Rajaie, TechR2’s President.
Solutions to meet all asset management standards and ensure data security
Tear-A-Byte, a patented data-security process: TechR2 has pioneered a comprehensive solution that is fully compliant with the multitude of onerous regulatory and industry mandates. It started with a unique idea on how to address obsolete Enterprise data and evolved it into TechR2’s patented Tear-A-Byte® system.
Tear-A-Byte® employs a state of the art “Track-Contain-Destroy” methodical approach that is rapidly becoming the industry standard and adheres to all federal guidelines, such as PCI, SOC, HIPAA and the ever looming General Data Protection Regulation. As observed by Sean Gouhin, TechR2’s EVP/Corporate Counsel,
“National and international regulations are getting more and more stringent by the day imposing significant fines. Our job is to keep our clients compliant, which we take very seriously.”