HIPAA / GLB Compliant Destruction

Organizations regulated by HIPAA, GLBA and FACTA should demand that their data destruction provider has the ability to comply with regulatory requirements. The organization is required to have written criteria and due diligence procedures for choosing a data destruction vendor. See how E-Waste Security’s NAID Certified onsite hard drive destruction service satisfies regulatory requirements.

Onsite Hard Drive Destruction

Our onsite service gives you the opportunity to view the destruction process before data leaves your office. Witnessing the destruction of hard drives ensures an unbroken chain of custody – removing the possibility of unauthorized access to confidential information and mitigating the liability associated with data privacy laws. Our Certificate of Destruction is your proof compliance.

IT Recycling

In addition to data destruction, we offer comprehensive computer recycling and decommissioning services. Depending on the size of your project we may be able to provide free IT removal and recycling. We work with some of the largest end-of-line recycling companies, most of which hold the R2 or and e-Stewards certifications. We are able to remove and recycle all of your computers, laptops, servers, networking equipment and monitors.

NAID Certified Hard Drive Destruction

The National Association of Information Destruction (NAID) is the most recognized association in the records management and data destruction industry. Working with a NAID Certified company for your data destruction and compliance requirements should give you the confidence in your decision of vendors. Data privacy laws require organizations to have written criteria for choosing data destruction vendors as well as due-diligence. Using a NAID Certified vendor accomplishes both requirements.

A Credible Data Destruction Vendor Can Help with Compliance

1. NAID Certification - fulfills your requirement to perform third-party due diligence
2. Professional Liability Insurance - provides breach notification coverage
3. Onsite Hard Drive Shredding - assures compliant data destruction.
4. Certificate of Destruction / Serial Number Report - provides proper documentation