Danish fledgling gets patent on a new method for data erasure  

2004.08.05
Nensome has been granted a Danish patent on a new method for data erasure which makes it impossible to reconstruct deleted data

The Danish fledgling Nensome has been granted a Danish patent on a new method for data erasure which reportedly makes it impossible to reconstruct deleted data. Nensome is marketing a product, Away, for erasure of hard disks which makes use of the patented method. Current customers using Away include Copenhagen Municipality and Post Denmark.

 

Mikael Hertig, director of Nensome says that the method also could be used for example in downed military aircraft. If necessary all programmes and the operative system can be deleted by the owner via remote control.

 

Nensome was founded in 2001 and is located at the campus of the Danish Technological Institute in Taastrup close to Copenhagen. Nensome has received financial support from the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation to develop its product. The news is reported by national broadsheet Jyllands-Posten online.

 

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