On the occasion of World Data Privacy Day, Stellar has announces the launch of the latest version of their flagship data erasure software BitRaser Drive Eraser 3.0. The new enhanced features in BitRaser include data erasure at remote locations, report data erasure securely and on real-time basis. This software empowers organisations and individuals to wipe off sensitive data permanently from hard drives, SSDs, desktops, laptops, servers and mobile devices.This new version has been certified by ADISA to bring assurance to the process of IT asset retirement and disposition.
BitRaser Drive Eraser 3.0 is designed with most robust erasure capabilities to simplify, automate and scale data erasure while ensuring permanentdeletion of data from all kinds of storage media. The new version is designed with cloud integration which provides flexibility to create users, manage license distribution, and maintain central repository of reports & certificates. This efficient data erasure solution is capable oferasing up to 254 hard drives at one-go, with successful erasure of hidden areasand helps users to comply with global data privacy laws such as EU GDPR, GLB, SOX, HIPAA and other regulatory standards.
‘’Globally there has been a rise in the number & magnitude of data breaches over the years and new data protection regulations are getting introduced. Consequently, there is a growing demand for data erasure solutions to help secure data privacy. We are committed to ensure the successful utilization of our data erasuresolutions for safeguarding data privacy and make continuous efforts to adopt new functionalities to bring the most enhanced user experience,‘’said Sunil Chandna, CEO, Stellar.
“The ADISA certification is a significant milestone for Stellar. This further provides added assurance to enterprise service providers, government institutions, SMBs and individuals that our data erasure solutions are compliant with the most stringent& rigorous regulatory standards world-wide & ensure end-to-end security of their information.” he further added.
“The Product Claims Test is an independent validation of software overwriting tools. We took a claim made about BitRaser and tested that in a controlled laboratory environment using forensic techniques aligned to the ADISA Test Level 1. The media tested was a SSD and iPhone with no user data being able to be recovered after the test, ”said Dr. Andrew Blyth, Head, ADISA test lab.