Océ Explains How to Safeguard Sensitive Data on Large-Format Printing Devices
• Gutmann: All jobs on the system are erased in 35 overwrite passes. An overwrite session consists of a lead-in of four random write patterns, followed by 27 specific patterns executed in a random order, and a lead-out of four more random patterns.
• U.S. Department of Defense 5220.22-M: This is generally regarded as the highest level standard for sanitization to counter data remanence. It meets U.S. Department of Defense requirements for erasure of disk media.
• Custom: The system administrator defines the number of overwrite passes manually.
If data security is important to your enterprise, implementation of e-shredding functionality in a wide format workflow is a user-transparent measure to guard against data remanence. For more information about secure data image overwrite technology on large-format devices, download the whitepaper “Safeguard Your Sensitive Data.”
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