TechR2 is the only company in the industry that has been awarded a patent (U.S. Patent 9,430,654) for its comprehensive Track-Contain-Destroy process.
TechR2’s® patent recognizes the unique process that TechR2 has developed to fully protect its business partners from data breaches that might otherwise result from mismanaged loose data-bearing devices.
- TechR2’s® patented process is unmatched in the industry and, more specifically:
- TechR2’s® process implements an intricate RFID system that tags each device and communicates with TechR2’s® proprietary software to track every move of said devices via TrechR2’s client-accessible web portal. No device (or data contained on the device) is permitted to leave the facility without real time, immediate alert.
- TechR2 representatives train and certify company managers, technicians and quality control personnel to ensure compliance with the TechR2 solution.
- A TechR2 Appliance holds the devices and, once filled to capacity, two (2) TechR2 highly trained technicians are dispatched to reconcile the block of devices with the data contained within each. TechR2 employs a two (2) technician (sanitizer and verifier) method that fully complies with NIST 800-88 r1 mandates – mandates that we find most other vendors in our industry commonly ignore.
- Once scanned, audited and reconciled (to ensure nothing falls through the cracks), the data is completely and irretrievably eradicated utilizing NSA certified degaussers – on site within the 4 walls of the facility. Again, the data never leaves the control of the organization which is also a NIST 800-88 r1 requirement. If a loose data bearing device leaves our client’s facility, TechR2 technology triggers a notification requiring immediate risk assessment.
- Then, and only then, are the resulting “technology corpses” removed from the client’s facility and responsibly disposed of in a manner consistent with all EPA standards, and in accordance with TechR2’s® Zero Landfill Policy.
- TechR2 then issues an Audit Report and a Certificate of Destruction which, again, meets all NIST 800-88 r1.