Some companies work to keep pace with technology and others will wait until Gartner, Deloitte or Forrester explain that consumers and government as their representatives are demanding that products and services along with their supporting supply chain are implementing cybersecurity controls.
Gartner Published 2022-2023 Trends. Gartner: 8 Ways Cybersecurity Will Change Companies | CRN
- Nearly all organizations will embrace zero trust as a starting point for security
- Organizations will use cybersecurity risk as a primary factor in conducting third-party engagements
- Executives will have performance requirements related to risk built into their employment contracts
- Enterprises will consolidate and optimize applications and services from a single vendor’s platform
- Government regulations will require organizations to provide consumer privacy rights
- CEOs will mandate a culture of organizational resilience to survive cyber threats
- Up to half of nations will pass legislation that regulates Ransomware payments and negotiations
- Perpetrators will weaponize operational technology environments successfully to cause casualties
TechR2 Tear-A-Byte and Tear-A-Vault Systems are Future
TechR2 patented and patent pending systems utilize layered defense in depth techniques that cybersecurity SMEs would match to the above trends.
- TechR2 digital systems replace the old ITAD analog processes
- TechR2 systems replace ITAD systems that accept data security RISK at your peril – not theirs
- TechR2 systems are designed for ease of management control and ease of use
How to Comply with Industry, Federal and State Regulations?
Today because of GDPR, NIST, ZTA, CCPA and IRS 1075, Meeting IRS Safeguards Audit Requirements | Internal Revenue Service cybersecurity assessors from the government GAO, IRS, DoD, NERC, PCI, HIPAA or more will examine you and your contractors, and all the subcontractors they use. It is your responsibility to prove the compliance of your entire supply chain and ignore a supplier’s embellishments on their website telling of their fictitious data governance.
What Has Changed in Data Control?
- The Data Destruction process must meet your Risk Assessment requirements
- Data Destruction must occur under your control per Federal, State and Industry regulations
- Vendor must be Cybersecurity Framework certified per Federal, State and Industry regulations
- You must follow Data Destruction techniques based upon your published Data Classification Policy
- Data Destruction by the Sanitizer must be Verified by a second individual
- Certificates of Destruction must be complete and meet NUST 800-88 requirements
Do you need the Patented Tear-A-Byte® Method to Track – Contain – Destroy – Verify Loose Media?
The answer to your cybersecurity control challenge is the ISO, and NIST certified TechR2’s Patented Tear-A-Byte solution. Data and Hard Drive Shredding Tracking Destruction Containment Service (techr2.com). All TechR2 products and services incorporate Zero Trust Architecture data security techniques. Zero Trust Model – TechR2.
TechR2’s NEW Data Destruction as a Service (DDaaS) is the future model and the archaic ITAD processes are dead. DDaaS Data Destruction as a Service – TechR2.
Contact Sepp Rajaie to learn more. Contact our experienced TechR2 staff.