Securworkplace™ is a reliable endpoint security approach to fully erasing history files, temporary files, caches, cookies, email file attachments, and other files created at the close of the user session. Keylogger installed on the computer cannot trap the keystrokes nor retain them even if they did. All information is encrypted from the very beginning of the session-not when the session ends. All data are overwritten and removed using the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) sanitation algorithm (5220.20-M).
Securworkplace™ (working session data sanitization) is the term used by Ohanae to describe processes that remove many types of cached information from the endpoint. A cache is a temporary staging area for frequently used information which improves a user's online experience by making it less burdensome, i.e., fewer tasks and by shortening response times.
During a typical session many transactions, some repetitive, occur so having cached information on hand can expedite a particular activity. Examples of such activities may include user logins, access to resources or the manipulation of files. It is the information related to these activities that is stored in a cache. Securworkplace™ is employed to remove this information. It is noteworthy that caches are created by browsers and many business applications and each one stores data in different locations on the user device.