Purchasing A Hard Drive Shredder

If you or your business has old electronics such as old computers, it is likely that there is still sensitive information stored on the hard drives. Even if you have deleted all of the files, the information can still be recovered when going to the hard drive. This is why many people have taken to shredding hard drives as this is the most effective way of destroying personal or sensitive data. If you are looking to get rid of information off of old devices, consider buying a hard drive shredder.

There are a variety of products that you can purchase when looking to get rid of sensitive data. For example, if you are looking to recycle or redeploy old hard drives, and simply want to remove information from it, you should look into different types of hard drive erasers or degaussers. If however, you are looking to completely destroy the hard drive as you are not planning on reusing it, then a hard drive shredder is what you should be looking into. Here are some of the best models currently out there. The PD-5 Hard Drive is CE approved and has 50% more crushing power than the previous PD-4 model. In addition, the PD-5 offers an LCD display, a 9 second cycle for two hard drives and even an optional Flash Media/SSD destruction insert option.

The MediaVise Compact HD Destroyer is also CE approved at NSA evaluated. This model will completely destroy, crush and mangle a computer hard drive making any personal information completely unreadable. The MediaVise Compact HD Destroyer with Chute is a brand new model is a newer version that offers a new feature. With the added chute, this model will automatically eject the destroyed hard drive into a waste container that is under the chute. In this way, the mangled pieces are automatically put into the waste so that you don’t have to worry about it. With this added feature, the MediaVise Compact Destroyer with Chute is the fastest, continuous data crushing machine on the market.

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Buying A Hard Drive Shredder
There are a variety of products that you can purchase when looking to get rid of sensitive data. The PD-5 Hard Drive and The MediaVise Compact HD Destroyer are 2 of the many options out there.
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Views on the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act

With our growing dependency on technology and with the amount of personal information that is shared over the Internet, it is no wonder that protecting this information from cyber threats and hacking has become one of the government’s utmost priorities. In a recent attempt to be more capable of meeting cyber attacks head on, the government approved the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) earlier this year. This act would allow for private companies to share cyberthreat data with the US government. The idea behind the act being that if the government can have more information on how companies are being hacked, they will be able to better safeguard against future attacks. However, a growing number of security experts have expressed their concerns about the act passed to protect cyber information; many saying that the act will be more likely to infringe on the privacy of citizens than on protecting them from hacking incidents.

The data that would be shared with the government would consist of sensitive information that would consist of personally identifiable information. This information would be shared with offices such as the Department of Justice, the Director of National Intelligence, and Department of Homeland Security. Those against the bill point out that this information could end up as yet another way for the NSA to have surveillance on citizens. Instead of using the information to created better security systems, it would instead be used for a variety of reasons such as identifying terrorists, prosecuting normal criminal offenses etc. Since the act allows the government to retain, disclose, and use any of the data they receive from the CISA, opponents argue that the information could create dangerous incentives for government officials to use the information for criminal investigations under false premises. In addition, many wonder if the government will be able to efficiently keep track of all the information they receive as the offices of government are not as effective as sharing information among themselves. If the CISA is to help protect against cyber attacks as it was initially intended to do, than the government must first come up with a more efficient way to share the information that they receive.