Plug your drive into the port, secure the bay door and begin the erase cycle. No specialty cables to fumble with or multiple passes required. Up to three drives of mixed interface and format can be processed independently and simultaneously. The integrated touch screen and colored LED indicators guide the operator through the process.
|Retailed by||Data Security, Inc.|
|Technology||EDT Secure Erase|
|Operation||Automatic (push button)|
|Compatibility||Common SDDs (such as ATA, IDE and SATA) and all HDDs and laptop drives (including 2.5” 3.5”)|
|Cycle Time||Media dependent (the average 1 TB SSD takes ~30 seconds to fully erase)|
|Duty Cycle||One cycle per drive; up to three drives of mixed interface and format can be processed simultaneously with continuous duty|
|Weight||14 lbs (6.4 kg)|
|Dimensions||8.5” (216 mm) by 12” (305 mm) by 13” (330 mm)|
|Power||120V or 240V|
Powered by EDT (Ensconce Data Technology) Secure Erase, the S3CUR-ErasR© sanitizes data beyond forensic recovery ensuring your information remains secure, which meets NSA and DoD standards for emergency destruction
EDT Secure Erase is performed by executing the firmware level command contained in SSD, ATA/IDE/EIDE/Ultra ATA, SATA and PATA drives and HDDs. In the event Secure Erase is not available for a particular drive, the S3CUR-ErasR© will default to using a triple-executed overwrite algorithm. In addition, Secure Erase operates in the protected execution environment of the device, which is never connected to the Internet.
The S3CUR-ErasR© automatically generates completion tags that contain a bar code, erasure method used, and the model, manufacturer and serial number of the drive. Printed confirmation tags can be affixed to the decommissioned drive itself or stored in a log book. In addition, a historical erasure report can be exported as a CSV file to a USB.
Unlike degaussing or shredding, drives that have been erased by the S3CUR-ErasR© are reusable. This not only reduces the environmental impact of your electronic waste, but it saves you money. Erased and malware-free, the decommissioned drives can be reassigned within your organization, donated to charitable organizations for reuse, sent off-site for repair, or surrendered for recycling.