PC Wipe & Diagnostics
Providing secure data wiping and diagnostics for your PC.
Conducts Datawipe in multiple ways – automatic, semi-automatic and manual process.
Provides flexibility to create users, manage license distribution & maintain central repository of reports & certificates.
Create bootable USB using downloadable ISO image from Cloud.
Alerts via email upon completion of Datawipe process
Console will display PASS and FAIL real-time
Reformat of drives after Datawipe
Automated Cloud based configuration, offering one click wipe.
Just some of our PC diagnostic tests ;
Technical Specification ;
Supports Windows/ Linux/ MacOS inc Apple Silicon.
Datawipe data securely from PCs, laptops, servers and storage environments based in x86 and x86-64 architectures
BIOS & UEFI machines including Intelbased Macs, Apple T2 and Secure Boot.
IDE/ATA, SATA, SCSI, SAS, USB, Fibre Channel, FireWire hard disk drives of any size/ blocksize
SATA and SAS solid state drives of any size/ blocksize.
Supported MAC Device
Blackbelt Smartphone Defence Support Macs & solid state media for data erasure
PC Wipe MethodsAll Wipe methods are user enabled Blackbelt support the below methods for MAC
- HMG IS5 Baseline (UK) (1 Pass)
- DoD 5220.22-M (3 Passes)
- VSITR(Germany) (7 Passes)
- GUTMANN (35 Passes)
- SCHNEIER (7 Passes)
- PFITZNER (33 Passes)
- BSI – GS
- BSI – GSE
PC/Mac Wipe Certificate
BlackBelt collects device and process data during the wipe transaction to record to the customer dashboard, from the dashboard the user can output the collected data to a csv file or produce a PDF certificate of the completion of wipe, a XML output is also available so the customer can input directly into host systems. The XML output can be stored to a user defined location. Blackbelt also provides data transfer via API and report push methods
PC Wipe Accreditations
Blackbelt has had its software and processes independently validated by ADISA through there product assurance testing.
Product Claims Test (PCT) service is the entry level whereby a claim is made about the sanitisation capabilities of a software or hardware device. The claim is then scientifically evaluated to be true or false.