Data Security: Destroying your information, the right way.
Your data security is a primary concern for us. As an R2-certified company and NAID Member, Tech Dump has undergone extensive third-party auditing to ensure that our data destruction processes are effective and secure.
We promise that your information remains yours – and only yours. From the moment they enter our custody, hard drives and other data storage devices are handled with the utmost care to ensure data security. Our facilities are monitored via closed circuit camera system 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Our processes are compliant to HIPAA and Department of Defense data sanitization and physical destruction requirements. And you don’t have to just take our word for it– we have been third-party certified to verify our process.
Get your very own Certificate.
Have a device that requires a Certificate of either Destruction or Sanitization? We label your device right on-site, and then the items are counted and tracked. Within 5 business days, a report will be issued to your email inbox providing the verification of data destruction. None of us like hidden, sneaky small fees, so that’s why we’re telling you now:
- Certificates of Sanitization:
- A $5 per drive fee will be assessed for all certifications including drive serial numbers.
- This type of destruction meets NIST Standard 800-88 r1 (U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology) for data wiping.
- We then test to ensure a complete erasure before a new operating system is loaded to reuse the device, which is the more environmentally friendly option for your assets.
- Certificates of Physical Destruction (COD):
- A $10 per drive fee will be assessed for all certifications including drive serial numbers.
- Physical destruction at our warehouse with our hard drive crusher (named “Spike”), before shredding at our processor into tiny 1/2’’ pieces, as seen in the photo.
- All materials are properly processed and smelted to become future electronics and other materials.
- We also offer Certificates for hard drives from copiers and printers– given the additional labor, these are $15 each.
- Volume pricing is available.