Most data loss is caused by human error, rather than malicious attacks. In fact, human error account for almost two-thirds of incidents.
Common causes of data loss include power outages, natural disasters, equipment failures or malfunctions, accidental deletion of data, unintentionally formatting a hard drive, damaged hard drive read/write heads, software crashes, logical errors, firmware corruption, continued use of a computer after signs of failure, physical damage to hard drives, laptop theft, and spilling coffee or water on a computer.
In the general data recovery category, a few different types of techniques are applied to specific scenarios. Hardware data recovery techniques work on situations where a system failure prevents easy access to a hard drive. With more sophisticated hardware, this problem is easily solved. Another type of data recovery technique applies to disk level failure, where more elaborate approaches may be required.
With our techniques, we recover the data most of the time. The most common forms of irretrievable data are storage devices that are too damaged, bit-locker activated device with no recovery key, or new ransomware that hasn’t been cracked yet.
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