Blancco Mobile Edition
Written by Ct R. Hamith   
Thursday, 21 April 2011 06:05


SMARTPHONE sales have reached record levels and it seems almost everyone is in a hurry to get their hands on the latest one. These fancy, high-tech devices hold gigabytes of data in internal and external memory, in addition to information on SIM cards, and proper steps must be taken to ensure secure data erasure before asset disposal or reassignment. Resetting a smartphone back to factory defaults does not permanently destroy data as data can still be recovered. This poses a serious data breach risk and therefore is not an effective erasure method. With Blancco Mobile Edition you can be sure that the data on your smartphone is permanently erased.


Easy integration with blanccocloud.com

To ensure a fool-proof regulatory compliant erasure process reliable reporting and audit trail of the process is essential. The erasure reports generated by Blancco Mobile Edition are compliant with government and privacy regulations, and can be easily verified with blanccocloud.com. The easy integration with blanccocloud.com gives customers full control of the erasure process.

Blancco has extended support to Android

Blancco Mobile Edition is designed to completely erase smartphones therefore eliminating the risk of inadvertent data leaks. The software supports several smart phone platforms such as BlackBerry, Symbian and Windows Mobile, and Blancco has now extended support to Android smartphones.


With Mobile Edition you may erase phones which supported platform

  • Android - 2.1 or higher
  • Symbian OS - S80 2nd Ed. / Symbian OS, S60 3rd Ed. / Symbian OS 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.4
  • Windows Mobile - 5.0, 6.0, 6.1 or 6.5(standard and professional)
  • Blackberry - 4.3 or higher
  • S40 Phone - S40 5th Ed.(3rd generation is not supported)



Last Updated ( Monday, 18 July 2011 03:14 )

Did You Know

arrow Identity theft is the top consumer complaint in the USA according to the Federal Trade Commission.

arrow US consumers reported fraud loss totalling more than $1.1 billion in 2006.

arrow Credit card fraud (25%) was the most common form of reported identity theft in the US in 2006.

arrow More than 100 000 people are affected by identity theft each year in the UK

arrow According to Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, more than 350 data loss incidents involving more than 140 million records have occurred since February 2005

arrow Organisations are obliged by law to take take adequate steps to ensure the proper disposal of data



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