Data & Media Destruction White Plains, NY
If you need to dispose of electronics for business (or even for personal use), are you sure that you’re not accidentally exposing your company to a data breach?
Even if you think you have erased your hard drive, there’s a good chance that there is data that can be recovered with the right tools. Electronic media destruction provides you with the safety and security to ensure that your electronic media is disposed of properly by shredding or destroying your electronics.
Electronic media destruction companies throughout Westchester County use several different methods to ensure your data is completely unreadable and that the drive is securely destroyed. Electronic media includes anything that might hold personal or company data, and it can include:
- Hard Drives (including magnetic, rotational and solid state)
- Media / Backup Tapes
- Thumb / Jump Drives
- CDs / DVDs
- Microfilm and Microfiche
- Credit and Debit Cards
Shred Nations White Plains offers secure electronic media destruction, hard drive shredding, and product destruction in White Plains and surrounding areas. If you are looking for a secure way to dispose of your electronics, we’re here to help!
How Do I Get My Offsite Shredding Project Scheduled in White Plains?
- Submit a quote request to us by filling out the form to the right, or by giving us a call at (914) 514-9213. Within minutes, several electronic media destruction companies in White Plains will contact you to provide a free quote for your project.
- Our network of contractors throughout New York and Westchester County allows us to come to your location whenever you scheduled 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.
- The pieces of your destroyed electronics are separated into component parts and recycled.
Is Electronic Media Destruction in White Plains Secure?
Data destruction companies comply with the regulations and requirements for electronic media destruction defined by the National Security Agency and Department of Defense.
Once the destruction is complete, you are provided a certificate of destruction that details when and where the hard drive was destroyed and to ensure you have retained a proper chain of custody These procedures include several of the destruction methods mentioned here.
Get Free Quotes on Data Destruction Services in White Plains
Shred Nations White Plains offers secure electronic media and data destruction throughout the Boroughs of New York. To get started, give us a call at (914) 514-9213 or fill out the form to the right.
We’ll contact you within minutes to provide free quotes from reliable New York shredding contractors that can get your project scheduled quickly.
Shred Nations White Plains Location
Shred Nations White Plains 333 Mamaroneck Ave White Plains NY 10605 (914) 514-9213 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our normal operating hours are Monday-Friday from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Saturday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Shred Nations also proudly offers our shredding services to the following cities and boroughs throughout the Bronx and greater New York areas:
Albany | Bronx | Brooklyn | Manhattan | Queens | Dutchess | Westchester | Mt Vernon | Nanuet | New York City | New Milford | North Babylon | Syracuse | Union City | West Harrison | West Point | Westwood
Check out these links for more information on Electronic Media Destruction:
Hard Drive Shredding and Hard Drive Destruction – Learn about three of the most popular ways to destroy information on hard drives.
Degaussing a Hard Drive Vs. Erasing It – Erasing a hard drive isn’t the best way to ensure that your company’s proprietary and confidential information is unrecoverable. The only way to ensure your data is completely erased is to degauss it.
Why Electronic Media Destruction is Critical for your business – Electronic media destruction is one of the most important steps in an information security plan. This post explains why proper disposal of equipment once it has been retired from use is a critical step to protect your company from a data breach.