ON-SITE HARD DRIVE SHREDDING

WHY DATA DESTRUCTION?

Obsolete information stored on retired electronic storage media can be a severe liability to you and the future of your business.

Technology life cycles are getting shorter

Hardware replacements are required more often

Information is constantly becoming outdated and unwanted​

Businesses must guard against regulatory noncompliance and confidentiality breaches

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CERTIFIED MOBILE SHREDDING

Our mobile destruction trucks are equipped with the latest high capacity shredders capable of shredding up to 1500 drives per hour. Our on-site drive destruction process satisfies all NSA/CSS and Department of Defense regulations and guidelines for drive destruction, including data erasure, degaussing, and shredding.

OUR SIMPLE 1-2-3 PROCESS

All drives are scanned and recorded against client inventory lists before shredding.

Drives are shredded to NIST 800-88, Rev. 1, NSA, DoD guidelines in our state of the art mobile shred vehicle certificate of destruction.

Within 24 hours a Certificate of Destruction (COD) releasing all liability is sent to you via email.

FAQ

What is on-site hard drive shredding?

On-site hard drive shredding refers to the complete data destruction within your hard drive, making it inaccessible. For on-site, the Data Slayer will visit your location and perform the data destruction on-site.

Will there be proof that my hard drive data was entirely removed?

Yes. We allow the media owner to observe the data destruction process for maximum transparency. We will also issue a certificate of destruction once the process is complete to finalize the arrangement. The certificate will have your electronic serial number and will prove that it is no longer usable.

Does wiping a hard drive remove everything?

Wiping a hard drive via software or applications can result in the removal of all sensitive data, but there’s no absolute guarantee. That’s why physical destruction is a sure, time-proven method of securely destroying hard drives.

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