Hard Drive Destruction Service in Las Vegas
E-Waste Security’s hard drive destruction service is the most compliant data destruction service in Las Vegas. Our truck will come to your data center or business location and shred over 1,000 hard drives while you watch. Verification and documentation are key aspects in complying with data privacy laws such as HIPAA and PCI.
We help you stay in compliance with data destruction guidelines by providing onsite service for verified digital media data destruction, physically shredding hard drives so data is irrecoverable and remaining NAID Certified, for your vendor vetting requirements. See our Certificate of Destruction documentation.
If your organization is regulated by HIPAA, GLBA, PCI or just needs to protect your intellectual property, our secure hard drive destruction service can help. We’ve provided services to companies large and small including: Apple, Los Angeles County, AEG Live, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA, Toshiba, Xerox and the Department of Human Health Services.
Onsite Hard Drive Destruction in Las Vegas
Complying with data privacy laws and reducing liability associated with a data breach is a function of chain-of-custody and proof. Our onsite hard drive destruction service allows for an unbroken chain-of-custody and verifiable proof of secure data destruction. Certificate of Destruction
NIST 800-88 Destruction Guidelines
NIST 800-88 publishes a fifty page paper on Computer Security entitled Guidelines for Media Sanitization. These data destruction guidelines are the de-facto requirements for governmental agencies as well as large corporations. IT Managers should feel confident that by following these hard drive destruction guidelines they will dramatically increase their ability to comply with data privacy laws.
NAID Certified Destruction
The National Association of Information Destruction (NAID) is the largest international certification bodies for information and data destruction. NAID Certification acts as an independent auditor, checking a shredding company’s compliance in 22 critical areas, including everything from shred size to employee background checks.