A recent study found that 60% of companies experienced a data breach in last 2 years.

Here is how we securely destroy your data:

We provide Certified data destruction services to meet the customized needs of each of our clients, ranging from large corporations to government agencies to concerned individuals. In order to be absolutely certain that your data containing devices have been expunged, we provide can provide you a Certificate of Destruction for your devices.

Clients are always welcome to drop-off items to be destroyed at our secure facility during normal business hours or call us to dispatch a specialized crew to pick-up materials or even destroy onsite. Either way, you may appoint a representative to witness the data destruction. 

For the most critical destruction needs, we can even provide full destruction report that includes chain-of-custody tracking, serialized inventory of destroyed media, and video surveillance.

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Why Data Destruction?

Simply pressing delete or reformatting a hard drive is NOT enough to protect sensitive data.
It is critical that hard drives be securely wiped, degaussed or physically destroyed.

  • Personal

    Smartphones, tablets, and computers possess detailed records of your life – from credit card info to passwords to pictures of your kids. Identity theft can still happen if you simply delete files or even reformat your hard drive.

  • Medical

    Healthcare providers collect very sensitive patient information that must be protected according to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”).

    Learn more here.

  • Financial

    Financial institutions rely on the integrity of their electronic transactions and they must protect valuable information to maintain customer confidence in addition to legal requirements imposed under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (“FACTA”).

    Learn more here.

  • Defense

    Military and Law Enforcement Agency devices contain mission-critical data that must be destroyed according to various protocols including those promulgated by the Department of Defense (“DOD”), National Institute of Standards and Technology (“NIST”), and the National Security Agency (“NSA”)

    Learn more about DOD/ NIST here.

    Learn more about NSA here.

  • Retail

    Credit Card information and related processing equipment must be destroyed according to the Payment Cards Industry Security Council. If not properly destroyed, retailers may face fines, lawsuits, and even the right to process credit cards.

    Learn more here.

  • Corporate / Legal

    In addition to the risk of losing trade secrets, corporations must maintain a rigorous approach to data security according to various legal requirements including Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance (“SOX”).

    Learn more here.

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