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SEM Whitepapers

Complying with the New CUI Paper Destruction Mandate While Meeting Federal Sustainability Goals

This new ISOO directive will redefine what it means to keep CUI data, and ultimately the American people, safe. While executive branches and agencies continue to move towards federally mandated and private sustainability goals, as well as update existing equipment to meet the new CUI standards, it is important to know that systems exist that can assist in meeting both targets in a cost-effective manner with the same end-of-life system. 

The Case for Mandating End-of-Life Media Destruction in Data Privacy Legislation

Data security is an exceedingly complicated and expensive cost center for organizations, while physical end-of-life data destruction is fairly straightforward and inexpensive; yet, many organizations pour millions into data security without considering the disposal of their end-of-life media. 

Best Practices in Drafting a Data Decommissioning Policy

The amount of data that a company, agency, or individual possesses will continue to exponentially grow as time marches forward. When drives reach their end-of-life through failure, technological obsolescence, or routine upgrade, organizations are faced with several choices on how to dispose of that data securely.

Data Security and Decommissioning in a 5G and Streaming World

For consumers of digital media and content creators, the 5G rollout is exciting news. For businesses that store and handle data, however, this transition will present some costly, high security risk challenges. Planning now can protect the future of consumers, data centers, and individual companies that host their data in data centers as the transition to the future begins.

In-Depth Guide to Federal Data Destruction Regulatory Requirements

Data security encompasses all aspects of information protection and has been an integral part of federal policy since the Social Security Act of 1934 made it illegal to disclose an individual’s social security number and personally identifiable information (PII). Since then, numerous federal programs and processes specific to the privacy and security of personal, financial, health, and intelligence information have been instituted.

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