Long Beach Data Destruction Services
Don’t expose your company to a data breach.
It’s vital to make sure you dispose of computers, hard drives, or other electronics for your business properly and that they are destroyed completely. Hard drives can be accessed even if you think they’re 100% unreadable.
Believe it or not, your data can be easily retrieved from a disabled hard drive- and used against you.
Hiring an electronic media destruction company ensures that any electronics with sensitive information are securely disposed of by shredding or complete destruction.
Shred Nations Long Beach offers electronic media destruction throughout Los Angeles County.
Our partners have secure and reliable methods to ensure your data is destroyed and completely unreadable. Electronic media includes anything that might hold proprietary or personal data, including:
- Hard dDives (including magnetic, rotational and solid state)
- Thumb / Jump drives
- CDs / DVDs
- Credit and Debit Cards
Shred Nations Long Beach offers secure product destruction, electronic media destruction, and hard drive shredding throughout Los Angeles County and any surrounding areas.
Steps in the Data Destruction Process in Long Beach
- Submit a quote request to us by filling out our form, or just give us a call at (562) 275-8111. Within minutes, you’ll have free quotes from several electronic media destruction companies located in Long Beach.
- Our network of contractors throughout Los Angeles County gives us the ability to come to your location whenever you need it. We even offer the ability to ship your electronics to a secure facility to be destroyed.
- The electronics are then destroyed at our secure facility, and the pieces of your destroyed electronics are separated into component parts and are then recycled.
How Secure is Long Beach Electronic Media Destruction?
Data destruction companies comply with the National Security Agency and Department of Defense regulations and requirements for electronic media destruction.
Once they have completed your project, the company then provides you with a certificate of destruction that details when and where the hard drive was destroyed to help ensure you have retained chain of custody. These procedures include several of the methods mentioned here.
Get Free, No-Obligation Quotes on Data Destruction Services in Long Beach
Are you looking for hard drive destruction or a way to dispose of your electronic media? Shred Nations can help! We offer services in Long Beach. To get started, fill out the form on the right, or give us a call at (562) 275-8111. Within minutes, a local electronic media destruction company from Los Angeles County will contact you with a quote for your project.
Shred Nations Long Beach Location
Our normal business hours are Monday – Friday from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM and Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Shred Nations proudly serves these cities throughout Long Beach and Los Angeles County:
Anaheim | Azusa | Carson | Costa Mesa | Encino | Fontana | Huntington Beach | Gaspur | Granada Hills | Irvine | Willowville | Signal Hill | Belmont Shore | Lake Forest | Long Beach | Los Alamitos | Los Angeles | Naples | Newport Beach | Torrance | Thousand Oaks | Watson | California Heights | West Covina | Wilmington | Watson Junction | Bangle | Pasadena | Riverside | San Marino | Santa Clarita | Santa Monica | Seal Beach Trailer Park | Bixby Knolls | Dominguez
Want More info on Electronic Media Destruction? Check out These Links!
Why Electronic Media Destruction is Critical for your business – Learn why it is important to dispose of equipment properly once it has been retired from use through secure electronic media destruction.
What Are the Costs of Data Breaches for Your Business? Businesses have always been focused on security and protecting their investments, employees, and customers. When a data breach happens, you expose your company to liability, legal implications, and ongoing security and image problems.
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