In this talk I will explain strategies prior to and after a hard disk has lost its ability to be used as a storage device due to human manipulation or natural disaster that will allow a high possibility of data recovery. The clicking sound of the hard disk's head is synonymous with hard disk failure , however its is not widely know that this clicking sound can happen even when there is nothing wrong with the head. Changing the hard disk's head merely because it is acting up is a very risky action because it can increase the dangers of damaging the clean insides of a hard disk. So what is causing the hard disk's head clicking sound? The answer is a damaged firmware. At this talk I will explain how to utilize the firmware to control the device and use in a disaster recovery situation.
CEO of Osaka Data Recovery Founded in 1998. Director of Data Recovery Association Japan.
Wanting to perfect data recovery methods conducts research and information exchange with engineers domestically and internationally.
Trainings : Data Recovery Trainings for NPA and IDF Seminars etc.,
Lectures : Digital Forensic Study Groups, NTT Secure Platform Laboratories, and privately for companies and governments