Inside Kroll Ontrack's new data recovery lab

Inside Kroll Ontrack's new data recovery lab

Summary: Last week, Kroll Ontrack opened a new clean room facility for data recovery in Brisbane. We take a peek inside the operation of the facility.

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TOPICS: Security, Storage
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    The clean room is protected by CCTV monitoring, and background checks for office staff and engineers. Yearly audits check that the company follows IT security protocols; at the moment it has SAS70 certification.

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    Kroll Ontrack maintains a parts database, which engineers can use to search for parts. The Australian office may request a part that the German office has on hand, in order to complete a data recovery job.

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Topics: Security, Storage

Suzanne Tindal

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  • White coats add an extra layer of protection!
    jimb2-1a1a0
  • Wow, these guys are hacks.. Seriously, no full cleanroom suit? Just opening drives without a face mask , hair net,etc? Looks like they went cheap with the cleanroom too (not even a room, it's just a bench with a drop down plastic wall ....
    SteveFromCalifornia
  • SteveFromCalifornia, the only hack around here is you. Get a life. These guys are professionals and it doesnt matter if they wear a full suit or not. The fact is these guys recover lots of drives. How many have you recovered? Thats what I thought. Go away.
    cheekeman