Onsite Hard Drive Destruction – San Jose, CA
E-Waste Security provides onsite hard drive destruction services for secure, compliant and verifiable data destruction. Our clients include data sensitive companies such as AEG Live, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA, Xerox, and the Department of Health and Human Services. We are committed to providing the same secure, quality services to smaller companies concerned with data privacy, identification theft, and data breach prevention or complying with HIPAA, FACTA, GLBA or HITECH.
For onsite hard drive destruction service in San Jose, Santa Clara, Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Palo Alto or Menlo Park, call our San Jose office at 650-450-9956.
SAN JOSE HARD DRIVE DESTRUCTION SERVICE
E-Waste Security is NAID Certified for hard drive and digital media destruction. NAID AAA Certification verifies the qualifications of information destruction providers through a comprehensive security program. This rigorous process supports the needs of organizations around the world by helping them meet numerous laws and regulations requiring protection of confidential customer information.
E-Waste Security is a very professional organization. SSAE 16 Professionals, LLP refers all of its clients to E-Waste Security because we know they will receive impeccable service.
Onsite Hard Drive Destruction Process
E-Waste Security is NAID AAA Certified for onsite hard drive and digital media destruction. Our secure dat destruction process:
Hard Drive Destruction Capabilities
Our mobile shredding vehicle is capable of shredding 500 hard drives per hour so you can quickly get back to your core business. In addition, our hard drive destruction truck is small and maneuverable enough to service offices in congested downtown offices areas.
E-Waste Security’s mobile hard destruction service is ideal for companies that require absolute data security such as our clients that fall under the umbrella of HIPAA, GLB or FACTA. Most of these companies demand our onsite service because their data destruction policies do not allow removal of information from their facilities and chain of custody.