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Data Destruction and Sanitization

What is Data Destruction and Sanitization?

Sanitization is the process of removal or destruction of data from the hard drive in a permanent fashion.

As technology advances so does the amount of confidential data collected, stored and transferred. With all of the current laws and regulations in place, all organizations are affected by data security. It is critical for organizations to not only protect, but also properly dispose of this data.

As we have seen, unsecured data or data that is improperly disposed of has led to theft of intellectual property, financial information, customer and/or employee records. The result of which can bring hefty fines, negative PR as well as regulatory noncompliance, lawsuits and even jail time for the employees responsible.

Who It Impacts

When electronic devices such as computers, laptops, and smartphones are not properly disposed of or erased before being discarded, they can pose a significant risk to the company’s sensitive information.

This can result in data breaches, intellectual property theft, and other types of cyber attacks that can cause severe damage to the business.

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How We Help

Secure Data Destruction: Leave No Data Behind. Leave No Dollar Behind.

While the risk is high, the solution remains simple – Certified Data Destruction. RAE offers Secure, Certified Data Destruction. Our process includes full audit reports for all data destroyed by unit serial number for a complete record of all customer data units and devices destroyed on your behalf.

RAE’s “data cleanse” process meets or exceeds the DoD 5220.22m standard with a minimum 3-wipe pass. Equipment such as servers, laptops and computers containing data deemed for remarketing or where requested by the customer, will undergo our proprietary sanitization and quality assurance process known as “data cleanse”.

The Remarketing of used equipment not only maximizes the ROI but also minimizes the environmental impact and hard drives represent a substantial value of the equipment.

A Certificate of Sanitization is included upon completion of each data sanitization project and provided to the customer as verification of this process.

Please contact RAE – IT Asset Management by using contact information below to learn more about our Secure Data Management and Destruction Programs and how we can help you.

Corporate Compliance and Social Responsibility

RAE operates in full compliance with FACTA, GLB Act, Bank Secrecy Act, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, USA Patriot ACR, RCRA and CERCLA (EPA Superfund) and has never been issued any type of citation, violation or government reprimand.

RAE takes customer security and responsibility very seriously; all RAE customers are welcome to schedule a visit to our facility at any time to view our capabilities and processing standards first hand.

Certifications

RAE operates in full compliance with FACTA, GLB Act, Bank Secrecy Act, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, USA Patriot ACR, RCRA and CERCLA (EPA Superfund) and has never been issued any type of citation, violation or government reprimand.
RAE takes customer security and responsibility very seriously; all RAE customers are welcome to schedule a visit to our facility at any time to view our capabilities and processing standards first hand.

Other Electronics Recycling Services

From data destruction to certified recycling, learn how we can help manage your unused computers, electronics & it equipment

What We Accept

As a full-service electronics recycling company RAE maintains the ability to process a wide variety of equipment. Download the PDF below to find a list representing some of the most commonly recycled items that we accept, however, this list is not all-inclusive.

Please contact us with any questions regarding the equipment we recycle.

Please note:

  • We NO LONGER ACCEPT Televisions of any kind from drop offs – NO projection, NO flat screen, NO CRT, NO console TVs.
  • We also still no longer accept CRT Computer Monitors.
  • We will continue to recycle flat screen Computer Monitors.
  • We will refer all drop offs with TVs or CRT Computer Monitors to Marion County Solid Waste on Baseline Road for recycling.
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The Electronic Equipment We Accept and Do Not Accept for Safe Disposal

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