Hard Drive Destruction Services in El Segundo
Hard Drive Shredding at El Segundo data centers has been simplified with our certified on-site Hard Drive Destruction services. We are a NAID AAA Certified Hard Drive Destruction company providing shredding and ITAD services at many of the El Segundo data centers such as Equinix, Fortress Data Center, Net Data Centers and Digital Realty.
Our team will bring our mobile hard drive shredding truck to your office or data center to securely shred hard drives and other digital while you watch. This onsite approach allows you to witness and verify that hard drives have been properly destroyed in compliance with data privacy laws.
El SEGUNDO DATA CENTERS – ONSITE HARD DRIVE SHREDDING
Protecting confidential information and complying with data privacy laws is critical when disposing of equipment at your data centers. Digital data is most vulnerable during the Asset Disposal process when IT assets are moved from your cage until drives are shredded. E-Waste Security’s on-site destruction process, certifications and Certificate of Destruction virtually eliminates the risk of a data breach. In addition, we provide our hard drive shredding clients with a compliant Certificate of Destruction for documented proof.
Secure Hard Drive Shredding Process
We felt uncomfortable giving our computers to an electronic recycler because of the data on our hard drives. We like that E-Waste Security destroyed our hard drives before they left our office! We will use them every time! Even better is they are NAID Certified!
NAID Certified Hard Drive Destruction – El Segundo, CA
Our onsite hard drive shredding process is fully verifiable, and completed by trained technicians who have undergone rigorous background checks. The E-Waste Security data destruction process ensures that all sensitive information is fully destroyed before our technicians leave your office or warehouse. E-Waste Security is NAID AAA Certified for onsite hard drive and digital media destruction. All E-Waste Security data destruction procedures completely adhere to stringent industry standards, as well as key data destruction legislation, including NIST 800-88 (if requested) and the FACTA Disposal Rule overseen by the Federal Trade Commission.