Published on August 27th, 2013 | by MoniqueJones18


A Review Of Secure Data Recovery

Any business organization or entity that continuously works with the digital environment, awards and certifications speak volumes about a certain company’s credibility. In the progressive world of data recovery, Secure Data Recovery Services is probably the number one candidate to take the top spot. The California-based digital service provider was built in 1997 and after 16 years in the realm of data recovery, the company has now reaped in a vast collection of awards from different governing bodies in the digital trade. The company has worked for some of the world’s biggest companies. Among its biggest clients include Seagate, Zynga, NASA, Toshiba, Hitachi, Fujitsu, IBM, Maxtor and Lacie. Since it was founded in 1997, here are some of the awards won by Secure Data Recovery:

  • Verisign’s Seal of Approval

First on the list is the trust seal from VeriSign, a publicly-held company that runs a wide range of network infrastructures. VeriSign also offers security services such as DNS management, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) mitigation, and cyber-threat reporting. Secure Data Recovery received the recognition from VeriSign on April, 5 2011. The seal is expected to expire by April 4, 2014.

VeriSign is the company behind Thawte Security, a certificate authority founded in 1995 by Mark Shuttleworth. Thawte works mostly for online gaming sites and VoIP companies that require visitors to give highly sensitive information. Several online gaming portals use Verisign’s 128-bit encryption to ensure the security and privacy of vital pieces of information traded over the Internet such as name, social security number, birth date, home address and credit card number. It also provides encryption of the financial transactions between the online gaming company and the player.

  • The First to Have Earned a SSAE16 Type II Digital Certification

Secure Data Recovery is the very first data recovery firm to receive a SSAE 16 Type II digital certification, an auditing statement issued by the Auditing Standards Board of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountant or AICPA. Secure Data Recovery received such certificate for its commitment to data confidentiality. The SSAE 16 Type II is an upgrade of the SAS 70 used by Secure Data Recovery Services.

  • Better Business Bureau’s A Grade

A personal approach between the company and its customers is another thing that data recovery companies put in high regard. The Better Business Bureau, a 100-year old non-profit organization specializing on advance marketplace trust, gave Secure Data Recovery Services an “A” rating for its unparalleled effort to address every consumer complaints. The company is also commended by the BBB for meeting the Standards for Trust code, a business code that has eight principles that are important in creating trust. These eight principles include Trust Building, Honest Advertising, Truthfulness, Transparency, Honoring of Promises, Responsiveness, Safeguard Privacy, and Integrity.

  • TechMedia Network’s Top Ten

TechMedia Network’s Top Ten Review website is another organization that was highly impressed by Secure Data Recovery Services’ brilliance. The website gave Secure Data Recovery a 10 out of 10 score on both security and recovery category. In its blog post, Top Ten Review recommends the company because it of its high clean room standards when it comes to RAID recovery services that were reviewed by the organization. While most of the other services deliver Class 100 ISO 5 clean room conditions, Secure Data Recovery offers Class 10 ISO 4 clean rooms. Top Ten Review also honored the 16-year old company for its strict practices to safely keep the privacy and security of information using a 512-bit encryption. Secure Data Recovery claims to have recovered 3,767 RAID arrays out of the 3,891 it attempted to fix last year.

Tags: , , ,

About the Author

The author juggles being a wife to an engineer and a mother to a witty toddler. In her spare time, she involves herself in getting the word out about office phone systems. Find Monique on Google+.

Back to Top ↑