Net Zeros and Ones (Wiley)
Tuesday, 02 May 2023

Subtitled "How Data Erasure Promotes Sustainability, Privacy, and Security", in this book Richard Stiennon , Russ B. Ernst, et al provide a comprehensive guide to managing permanent and sustainable data erasure while complying with regulatory, legal, and industry requirements.

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The book discusses the why, how, and when of data sanitization, including why it is a crucial component in achieving circularity within IT operations. The authors also cover future-proofing against security breaches and data leaks involving sensitive information, alongside industry anecdotes and commentary from leading industry personalities.

Authors: Richard Stiennon , Russ B. Ernst, et al
Publisher: Wiley
Date: December 2022
Pages: 192
ISBN: 978-1119866169
Print: 1119866162
Kindle: B0BN72M57X
Audience: General
Level: Introductory
Category: Data Science

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