El Segundo, CA - Hard Drive Shredding
Hard Disk Drive Destruction and IT Asset Disposition Firm E-Waste Security Opens New Office in El Segundo
Expanding its services in Southern California, in October 2016, E-Waste Security of Irvine, Calif. opened new offices in El Segundo, Calif. This puts it close to more than 10 large data centers, including Equinix, CenturyLink, T 5 Data Center, Fortress Data Centers and Digital Realty Data Center. The firm, founded in 2012, also sports offices in Los Angeles and San Jose.
The new El Segundo office makes it even easier for E-Waste security to serve all commercial, government and university data centers in Southern California and the Bay Area with data destruction, hard disk drive destruction, IT recycling and IT asset disposition.
Everyone witnessed the problems candidates for president in 2016 had with not properly disposing of physical electronic equipment, including cell phones, hard drives, laptops and desktop computers. E-Waste Security solves that problem by always disposing of electronic equipment on-site, so executives can examine the complete destruction process.
E-Waste Security drives its trucks to a company’s office and begins and completes the data destruction process right there.
The El Segundo office expands E-Waste Security’s coverage of all Southern California. Not just companies, but government and university offices take advantage of contracting it to securely destroy hard drives and confidential information stored on digital media and decommissioned IT equipment.
Technicians working for E-Waste Security have passed rigorous background checks. And the firm is AAA NAID Certified for the destruction of onsite hard drives, as well other types of digital media. The firm is completely versed in HIPAA compliance according to HHS Security Rules, as well as NIST 800-88 (if requested) and the FACTA Disposal Rule overseen by the Federal Trade Commission.
A Certificate of Destruction also is provided to for third-party proof of secure and proper information destruction.
In all its offices, including the new one in El Segundo, the environment is a special concern of E-Waste Security. Some companies make the mistake of recycling the equipment by not protecting the data. E-Waste Security, by contrast, does both: protecting the environment and protecting the sensitive data in data centers and through data destruction, hard disk drive destruction, IT recycling and IT asset disposition.
For those who want to sell their equipment, E-Waste Security also will purchase it if it can be recycled – of course, after destroying any data stored there.
What sometimes can seem an overwhelming task of contracting to destroy data is made easy by E-Waste Security.