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Certified destruction Services for hard drives and motherboards for

Safeguard your business with Data Slayer.

A company's end-of-life or obsolete IT assets must be sanitized to make sure any sensitive data stored on the equipment is truly erased before being destroyed or reused. With sanitization, zero data is left on the device and cannot be recovered.

Why is data sanitization crucial to your business?

Your IT assets hold critical information - whether that is company-wide data or customer information. Sensitive data on IT assets that are obsolete or at the end of their life can be a security breach. 

This erasure is becoming increasingly necessary as more data is transferred to digital storage and stored in larger, more complex data files. Companies are adhering to and implementing fail-proof data sanitization procedures to prevent data exposure and avoid liability before decommissioning assets.

Data Slayer adheres to NIST 800-88, Rev. 1, and DoD data sanitization guidelines. Our technicians use sanitization software to wipe on-premise, data centers, colo centers, or at our processing facility, ensuring zero leakage. Upon completion of data cleansing, our clients receive certificates of destruction encompassing the entire wiping process and verifying erasure.

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What does zero leakage mean?

Zero leakage is the prevention of unauthorized transmission of data from an organization to any external source, commonly known as a data break. This data can be leaked physically or electronically via hard drives, USB devices, mobile phones, etc., and could be exposed publicly or fall into the hands of a cyber criminal.

What is data sanitization?

Data sanitization systematically and permanently destroys data on storage media to make it unrecoverable for privacy, compliance, or security purposes. Unlike regular deletion, which only removes files from the directory structure, data sanitization erases every trace of information from a hard drive, making it impossible to recover.

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