Shredded Hard Drives

Hard Drive Destruction Service

E-Waste Security’s hard drive destruction service is the most compliant data destruction service in the industry.  Our secure and regulatory compliant hard drive destruction process is NAID Certified, HIPAA and NIST 800-88 regulatory compliant and on-site so you can verify data destruction.  We physically shred hard drives so you don’t need to guess if the data is recoverable.

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.

On-Site Hard Drive Shredding

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

on-site hard drive shredding truck in Los Angeles

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.

Secure Data Destruction

We are proud to have provided NIST 800-88 data destruction services to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and NASA.