We Make Data Disappear
We are fully equipped to handle your most sensitive data destruction needs. And as you know, data security is no longer just about hard drives. With the internet of things (IoT), an increasing number of devices hold sensitive information and interact with the cloud.
All of our processes conform with the NIST SP 800-88-R1 Guidelines for Media Sanitization . For example, we use a single overwrite pass with 100% verification as default. However, if three-pass or seven-pass wipes are desired, we can certainly accommodate that upon request.
We can help you get rid of data - for good.
What is the Department of Defense Standard?
We get this question a lot. The short answer is that there isn’t a DoD wipe standard! Usually, people are referring to an outdated method of data sanitization using three overwriting passes that was referenced in a 1995 supplement to the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM). After 2006, the NISPOM manual (a.k.a. DoD 5220.22-M) no longer specified any overwriting pattern. Instead, the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication 800-88 Guidelines for Media Sanitization (last revised in 2012) is now cited by most regulations and certification programs as the standard.
THREE DECISIONS TO MAKE
Onsite (your facility)
Watch us shred your drives before they leave your control
Offsite (our facility)
Drives are transported in secure vehicles and/or locking containers
Includes a 100% verification pass. Allows the drive to be reused.
Physically destroys drive, typically to a width of 1.5” (HDDs) ⅜” (SSDs)
Removes data from magnetic media. Renders hard drives inoperable.