27 May May 27, 2020 – Data Sanitization Nathan Jones and Media Insights Ken LaCorte
Nathan Jones – Vice President of Sales at WhiteCanyon Software
The primary competitor to wiping a drive clean is physical destruction, companies that just grind drives up. Its not necessary. In fact, its more secure to wipe them than to destroy them.
Nathan Jones has over 14 years experience in the data sanitization industry and is a regular speaker at Industry Conferences. In his current role as VP of Sales, Nathan handles Worldwide Sales and Strategic Relations for WhiteCanyon Software; an international data security company that specializes in data erasure and computer reuse for corporations, governments and computer remarketing companies. The company is engaged in the development, sales, and support of hard disk utilities that leverage deletion and security related technologies. Nathan has also overseen the development of WhiteCanyon Software’s flagship drive sanitization software solution, WipeDrive Enterprise, the world leader in disk sanitization and the only software tool certified to the NIAP EAL 4+ standard.
Ken LaCorte – Founder of LaCorte News and Former Senior VP at Fox News Digital
I see both sides getting out of control. If the RNC took over
FoxNews.com, you would not see any change in their product.
If the DNC took over CNN.com, you’d see the same articles.
Ken LaCorte is the Founder of LaCorte News, a site for Americans who have stopped trusting the mainstream media to give them a balanced news diet. With a motto of “News Unspun, Talk Uncensored”, the site highlights media malfeasance and Silicon Valley censorship. Ken was a Senior Executive at the Fox News Channel from 1998 to 2016 where he headed the editorial team for a decade. In 1997, Ken challenged California law by publishing the state’s Megan’s Law list. Despite a warning from the state’s Attorney General, he hand-copied the state’s high-risk sex offenders and published them online. In 2004, California officially published the Megan’s Law database on the internet. Ken is also know for spearheading the release of two Fox News employees in 2006, despite threats from militants, after the journalists were kidnapped in Gaza in 2006.