SECURE DATA DESTRUCTION
At Security First Recycling, we put your data security first in any recycling opportunity. We are committed to having ultra-secure and environmentally responsible electronic recycling. Security First Recycling has achieved compliance with all major Federal, State, and industry regulations.
Data Destruction is the process of destroying data stored on tapes, hard disks and other forms of electronic media so that it is completely unreadable and cannot be accessed or used for unauthorized purposes. At Security First Recycling, we destroy data on media drives before we physically destroy the drives. This ensures that no data is recoverable period. When you put your data in our hands, you can ensure its safety and proper destruction.
We offer onsite and offsite data destruction. When security is paramount, you need to ensure your data is destroyed before it leaves your premises. Our onsite data destruction service ensures your data is completely destroyed and unrecoverable before it leaves your parking lot. Drives are crushed and folded in half with our hard drive crusher, completely destroying the hard drive platter. We also offer offsite data destruction where your data is securely removed from your facility and transported to ours where it destructed.
We provide a complete Certificate of Destruction for all of the data sensitive material, as well as an overall COD for everything that is recycled. We follow all Federal, state and local guidelines in handling of the materials. At Security First Recycling, all data destruction methods meet or exceed NIST 800-88 standards, DoD 5200.22-M data sanitization and/or all different standards such as HIPAA/HITECH, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, FACTA Disposal Rule, Bank Secrecy Act, Patriot Act of 2002, Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act, US Safe Harbor Provisions, FDA Security Regulations, PCI Data Security Standard, and all other various local, state, and federal regulations. Our on-site and off-site service options are fully compliant with all National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication Series 800-88 and National Industrial Security Program (NISP) Operating Manual (DOD 5220.22-M).