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JJ Bender announces hard-drive security program for digital copiers and printers

Press release from the issuing company

JJ Bender, the leader in providing high-volume digital printing solutions, announced today their hard drive security program for companies looking to protect sensitive data and prevent copier-related crimes such as identity theft.

Recent news reports, such as those seen on CBS Evening news, have highlighted the dangers of copier and printer hard drives, particularly the growing number of cases where machines are resold or returned on lease, only to have the hard drives removed, and critical data extracted.

"Like a computer, the internal hard drive on a digital printer stores a copy of everything you print or photocopy, and this security risk is often overlooked by major companies," says Jeffrey Bender, President of JJ Bender.

JJ Bender's hard drive security program protects your sensitive data by destroying hard drives in three ways, all of which are compliant with the most recent data erasure policies, such as DOD 5220-22M. Options for hard drive protection include software overwrite, physical destruction, or reformatting the drives, and JJ Bender can perform these services on site or at their secure facility. Alternatively, JJ Bender can provide you with the necessary software to erase the hard drive yourself.

To further JJ Benders guarantee, you will be presented with a data erasure certificate for your machine, which ensures its hard drive safety, and increases its remarketing value on the secondary market.

"For large financial institutions or facility management companies it is absolutely critical that sensitive data be removed from any old printing equipment," says Bender, adding, "We're one of the few companies who can handle multiple machines at multiple locations in an expedient and timely manner."

Most recently, JJ Bender was able to protect the data in over 100 machines for a major financial institution. This procedure took place on-site, and because it complied with recent data erasure standards, it increased the remarketing value of the machines.

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