So far, hundreds of gigabytes of essential data from flash storage devices have been recovered by our engineers.
Using Flash drives/memory cards as the primary storage device for your valuable data is indeed a risky move. These storage devices have a lifespan that depends on the number of write cycles to flash memory.
There is a limit on how long they can retain data, and constant use will wear out flash memory “cells.” Users carry their Flash storage with them almost constantly, so it can be easily lost or stolen.
Not every user follows data encryption practice. Data security risk comes forward. Our team recommends not to leave chances for the occurrence of these types of threats, so it is better to back up your data daily.