Technology is ever-advancing; as it does, the amount confidential data collected, stored and transferred grows with it exponentially. With all of the current laws and regulations in place, all organizations are affected by data security. It is critical for organizations to not only protect, but also properly dispose of this data. As we have seen, unsecured data or data that is improperly disposed of has led to the theft of intellectual property, financial information, customer and/or employee records. The result of which can bring hefty fines, negative PR as well as regulatory noncompliance, lawsuits and even jail time for the employees responsible.
While the risk is high, the solution remains simple – Secure Data Destruction. We offers Secure, NIST 800-88 R1 and DoD 5220.22-M Data Destruction. Our process includes full audit reports for all data destroyed by unit serial number for a complete record of all customer data units and devices destroyed on your behalf.
Put Your Data Disposal Fears to Rest.
A Certificate of Destruction is included upon completion of each data destruction project and provided to the customer as verification with detailed reporting.
Reduce Risk. Leave No Data Behind. Leave No Dollar Behind.
Sanitization is the process of removal or destruction of data from the hard drive in a permanent fashion. e360’s data sanitation process meets or exceeds both the NIST 800-88 R1 and DoD 5220.22-M standards with a minimum 3-pass wipe. Equipment such as servers, laptops and computers containing Data deemed for remarketing or where requested by the customer, will undergo our proprietary sanitization and quality assurance process known as “data cleanse”. The Remarketing of used equipment not only maximizes the ROI but also minimizes the environmental impact and hard drives represent a substantial value of the equipment. An audit report is provided detailing the serial # of every data device that has gone through this process and provided to the customer for their records.
A Certificate of Sanitization is included upon completion of each data sanitization project and provided to the customer as verification of this process.