“Users can continue to access DBAN exclusively and at no cost through the current DBAN website, as nothing will change with regard to DBAN’s functionality and availability,” said Kim Väisänen, CEO and Co-Founder of Blancco. ”We are pleased to have this opportunity to inform businesses, electronics recyclers and governments about the advantages of our professional certified erasure products that are more secure and suited for enterprise use.”
Blancco’s professional data erasure products, which erase hardware ranging from servers and laptops to smartphones and data center equipment, have been designed for security-minded organizations and businesses that must comply with a variety of government and industry standards and regulations. Jeff Jermyn, President of Global Electric Electronic Processing (GEEP), said the company is standardizing its worldwide data erasure on Blancco software.
“We selected Blancco because the software is very robust – the best erasure solution on the market – and allows us to offer customers a secure, auditable erasure process with detailed reporting so they can safely reuse, remarket or dispose of their hardware,” Jermyn said. “Blancco streamlines our recycling processes by automating erasure for a wide range of hardware, including mobile devices, which represent a new and growing business for us.
“Blancco software also has data erasure certifications from third parties and governments around the world, which is critical for us as a global company. Its flexibility in delivery options means we can perform on-site erasure in addition to erasure at any of our 15 locations.”
Blancco’s acquisition of DBAN includes the trademark, IPR, domain names and website.
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