FutureDial Data-Clearing Solution Passes ADISA Certification

FutureDial Data-Clearing Solution Passes ADISA Certification

FutureDial’s Lean One-Touch is independently verified for thoroughly sanitizing data on mobile devices

SUNNYVALE, CA – April 24, 2018FutureDial, the premier provider of mobile device processing solutions for Wireless Carriers, Mobile Device Buy-Back Trade-In companies and Third-Party Logistics Providers (3PL), announced today that the Lean One-Touch™ data clearing platform has been independently validated through the Asset Disposal & Information Security Alliance (ADISA) Claims Test Process.

The Lean-One Touch™ software for clearing personal data from smartphones has been tested by ADISA across a sample of Android and iOS mobile devices to ensure that it is able to erase data beyond forensic recovery.

“We are extremely pleased with this entrusted certification,” says Dwight Huang, FutureDial’s SVP of Product Management. “FutureDial has been a long-time trusted software solutions provider for mobile device content clearing and it’s an honor to now be listed amongst the few US companies that have successfully achieved this certification. We know it will help support our status as the standard in mobile device clearing software.”

The rigorous product testing performed by the ADISA Certification Program is recognized as a global sign of quality for companies who provide asset recovery services, logistics, repair center and the IT asset disposal. The ADISA certification ensures that products used to sanitize data work effectively and correctly. The audit process involved is multi-layered and includes full audits, unannounced operational audits, and forensic audits. This approach ensures that solutions provided by ADISA-certified companies operate to the highest industry standards and reflect current best practices for handling data-carrying assets.

Each test has a published methodology that controls the process for each test claim. This process is underpinned by the ADISA Threat Matrix that defines a series of capabilities and risks that various threat agents can pose on the security of a device. FutureDial put forward the Lean One-Touch™ solution for testing to validate its ability to thoroughly clear user-added content from mobile device smartphones running either Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android operating system.

“The certification by ADISA further substantiates the trust FutureDial’s customers have placed on our services for years,” states FutureDial’s SVP Marketing & Customer Success, Thomas Rayas. “Our ADISA certification confirms our Lean One-Touch all-in-one warehouse software for reading, testing, and data clearing mobile devices is a proven world-class solution.”

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About FutureDial

Founded in 1999, FutureDial is the leading provider of device processing solutions for the mobile device supply chain. FutureDial’s easy-to-use, automated platform reduces the number of operator touches, saving time and money for Mobile Device Buy-Back Trade-In companies, Third-Party Logistics Providers (3PL), Wireless Carriers and Mobile Device Manufacturers (OEMs). By simplifying processes, consolidating work flows, and giving insight into business operations, FutureDial makes these businesses more efficient, profitable, and responsive to their customer needs. For more information, please visit https://www.futuredial.com or email to sales@futuredial.com

About ADISA

Launched in 2010, and with offices in London (UK) and Houston (US), the ADISA Certification Program for companies who provide asset recovery services is recognized as a global sign of quality. Formally recognized by DIPCOG (A UK MoD and CESG committee), the ADISA scheme also includes rigorous product claims testing to ensure that products used to sanitize data are fit for purpose and now includes the first on-line training academy dedicated to risk management within ICT asset disposal. www.adisa.global

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Bruce Brunger, Marketing Communications Manager

FutureDial, Incorporated

(408) 245-8880 Ext 206

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Suzanne Hirsh (US)

James Meredith (UK)

Liberty Communications

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