In the modern security climate, securing data is of vital importance — key corporate data such as client lists, development roadmaps, and even employee data are constant targets of espionage, domestic hacking, and international data trafficking.
That is why it’s so surprising, then, that one of the most important elements of data management is so often overlooked. Forensic data trails, that is, the data that is left over after deleting the content on a workstation, are incredibly valuable. In fact, given enough time and with the right tools, skilled data experts can take data that was “deleted” from a computer and restructure it in mostly or entirely complete form, rendering the initial deletion a moot point.
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