The most pragmatic option for data disposal in the cloud is which of the following?
We don't have physical ownership, control, or even access to the devices holding the data, so physical destruction, including melting, is not an option. Overwriting is a possibility, but it is complicated by the difficulty of locating all the sectors and storage areas that might have contained our data, and by the likelihood that constant backups in the cloud increase the chance we'll miss something as it's being overwritten. Cryptoshredding is the only reasonable alternative. Cold fusion is a red herring.
In the cloud motif, the data processor is usually:
In legal terms, when ''data processor'' is defined, it refers to anyone who stores, handles, moves, or manipulates data on behalf of the data owner or controller. In the cloud computing realm, this is the cloud provider.
All of the following are terms used to described the practice of obscuring original raw data so that only a portion is displayed for operational purposes, except:
Data discovery is a term used to describe the process of identifying information according to specific traits or categories. The rest are all methods for obscuring data.