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DestructData, Inc. specializes in secure, environmentally sustainable data destruction and recovery.

Hard Drive Erasure Devices >>




DestructData, Inc. specializes in secure, environmentally sustainable data destruction and recovery.

Hard Drive Erasure Devices >>

The Hammer™--Securely Purges Digital Data on PATA/SATA Hard Drives Without Destroying the Drive

The SCSI Hammer™ -- Purges up to 30 SCSI Hard Drives simultaneously at speeds up to 150GB / minute Without Destroying the Drive

Forensic Data Recovery Tool >>

PSIClone™ - Standalone, Hand-Held Data Recovery Lab for Difficult to Recover Data- Industry standard in Data Recovery Solutions

CD/Optical Media Destruction >>

DX-CD2™ - Permanently Destroys Digital Information on CD-ROMS - Beyond Forensic Recovery

Enterprise Media Sanitation >>

Peek- Portable, All drive types >>> Red- Rackmount, All drive types >>>Cypher- Ultra-portable Media Erasure Kit

End of Life Data Security
For all of the emphasis on data
security these days, the end of the
data life cycle is the "elephant in
the room no one talks about."

Hard Drive Erasure Technologies

The Hammer™ [ HARD DRIVE SANITIZATION ] and the SCSI Hammer

Securely Purges Digital Data
on PATA/SATA Hard Drives Without Destroying the Drive

Starting at $3696

The hand held Hammer™ enables a firmware-based erase command capable of purging digital data on up to 4 harddrives simultaneously without destroying the drive.

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Starting @ $3696

SCSI Hammer
Sanitizes SCSI hard drives

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CD/Optical Media Destruction


Disc Data Destroyer

Starting at $1647.50

Securely and permanently eradicates digital data on DVDs and CD-ROMs beyond the possibility of forensic recovery. Evaluated by the NSA and meets the requirements of NSA/CSS 04-02 for Optical Media Destruction.

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Forensic Data Recovery Solutions


Hand-Held Data Lab for Forensic Data Recovery Scenarios

Starting @ $1699

Developed by CPR Tools’ engineers in answer to our own data recovery lab technicians’ requests, PSIClone™ is packed with useful features for the forensic investigator. Designed with forensic data integrity in mind, a key feature of PSIClone™ is that the user is unable to write to the ‘source’ side of the device.

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Enterprise Media Sanitation

Customizable configurations securely destroy hundreds of terabytes of information
on multiple devices across multiple protocols, simultaneously.

DRIVES: SAS/SATA, PATA, SCSI U320, SCSI U160, iSCSI, Fibre Channel, 1394, USB


Portable enterprise media sanitization solution

  • Connects to external drive arrays or drive frames
  • Up to 32 external ports
  • NIST Clear and Purge options
  • Rugged portable wheeled case
  • Automated audit trail
Portable - All Drive Types
Perfect for mobile service providers with high-volume projects and environments where rack space is limited. Meets carry-on luggage constraints.

Download PDF Spec for The PEEK



Portable enterprise media sanitization solution

  • 8 to 48 internal ports
  • Up to 48 external ports
  • NIST Clear and Purge options
  • Snap-canister drive trays
  • Automated audit trail
Rackmount - All Drive Types
Ideal for fixed erasure environments with both loose drives and drives still in arrays of same or mixed protocol. Customized for any environment.


Download PDF Spec for The RED



Cypher Ultra Portable Enterprise Media Sanitization

  • SAS/SATA, Fibre and SCSI Models, IDE adapters available
  • Connect to 8+ drives or 2+ arrays
  • Wired and wireless remote control
  • Dedicated erasure buttons for SE, 1x, 3x and 7x
Ultra-Portable Media Erasure Kit
Mid-volume, protocol-specific requirements, with a need for advanced erasure and reporting options on a limited budget.


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DefenDisk - External Harddrive with EMERGENCY DESTRUCT
The DefenDisk is an external harddrive that permanently destroys the harddrive on command in under 30 seconds. Preferred by law enforcement, field military and overseas government agencies

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ATA Hard Drive

ATA hard drives are the most common type of hard drive found on PC's. They are generally accessed in SATA (Serial) drives or PATA (Parallel) scenarios. ATA hard drives are usually less expensive that SCSI drives, which are found in servers and disk storage arrays.


Software based hard drive purging method uses special applications to write patterns of meaningless data (a combination of 1s and 0s) onto the drive, usually requiring several passes. Prior to NISTs establishment new best practices in 2007, the older, Department of Defense standard requires 3 levels of overwriting.


Deploys a powerful magnetic field to destroy all magnetically recorded data on electronic media. See a comparison of degaussing vs. Security Erase-enabled data destruction devices here.

End of Life Data Cycle

The end of the useful working phase of digital information, whether stored on a hard drive, disk array, CD-ROM or other electronic media. Long overlooked in the security business, proper destruction and decommissioning of electronic media is taking on new importance as government oversight intensifies.


Purging information is a media sanitization process that protects the confidentiality of information on a hard drive against a laboratory attack. Purging, which includes Security Erase, degaussing and software overwriting technologies, is rated by NIST at the highest level of security that doesn't involve actual physical destruction.

Forensic Recovery

The process of recovering destroyed or otherwise compromised data from hard drives, CD-ROMs or other electronic media. Data recovery engineers employ specialized technologies such as the PSIClone to access hard to recover data on hard drives.


The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) supports accurate and compatible measurements by certifying and providing over 1300 Standard Reference Materials® with well-characterized composition or properties, or both. These materials are used to perform instrument calibrations in units as part of overall quality assurance programs, to verify the accuracy of specific measurements and to support the development of new measurement methods. With regard to data destruction on electronic media, NIST has issued Special Publication 800-88, which specifies best practices for sanitizing hard drives.


Refers to various methods that eliminate data from hard drives, CD-ROMs and other magnetic media, synonymous with purging and clearing.

SCSI Hard Drive

Sometimes called a "scuzzi" drive, SCSI hard drives are more expensive and usally have greater memory capacity than ATA drives. They are used in servers and disk storage arrays.

Secure Erase

Developed by the NSA and the Center for Magnetic Recording Research at the University of California San Diego, Secure erase is a utility embedded on most ATA, IDE abd SATA hard drives manufactured since 2001. The firmware based protocol uses non-externally accessible drive controls and commands to purge data in all user accessible areas of the storage device. It eradicates data beyond forensic reconstruction at speeds up to 4 GB / minute and is the technology deployed by CPR Tools Hammer data eradication device for hard drives.




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