Letter of Volatility - How to Permanently Erase User Data From NSC or NCI

Letter of Volatility - How to Permanently Erase User Data From Nodegrid appliances

ZPE takes security very seriously and we are glad to share the volatility information of our products with you.


In normal operation, user data resulting from keystrokes, managed devices output and device monitoring data passing through our product may be stored in nonvolatile device memory when data logging or monitoring is enabled in the configuration settings.


For the detailed instructions on how to remove the nonvolatile data, please refer to the link below.

Letter of Volatility

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