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San Francisco Hard Drive Destruction

Paper is no longer the only thing that contains sensitive information. Hard drives, thumb drives, and electronic media also need to be destroyed before they leave your possession.

Not only is it required for compliance with federal and California privacy laws including HIPAA, you could also be exposing your San Francisco company to heavy fines and bad PR for a data breach. Just deleting files is just not as sufficient to destroy the information.

hard drive shredding service in San Francisco is secureThe best way to be sure the information is destroyed is to physically destroy your hard drive and electronic media. Hard drive destruction can be done onsite or at a secure plant- and it's absolute destruction.

The hard drive shredding process focuses on three main steps.

  1. Pick up or drop off the hard drives.
  2. Destroyed by an industrial shredder.
  3. Certificate of destruction for reassurance.

The entire service remains secure and upholds all industry regulations or laws. The shredded remains are then recycled while abiding with EPA and hazardous waste state laws. Rest assure there will be complete compliance and confidentiality.

Remember that anything that stores any kind of information may contain a hard drive in your office.

Copy machines and fax machines have hard drives that must be shredded before it is sent back to the leasing company or off to be sold or destroyed. Magnetic media of all kinds can be destroyed. This includes CDs, tapes, and hard drives.

Get Free, No Obligation Quotes on Hard Drive Destruction in San Francisco Today!

San Francisco Paper Shredding's partners can securely destroy your hard drives and electronic media, ensuring the data that's stored on them is completely unrecoverable. If you need secure hard drive shredding services on San Francisco or the Bay Area, fill out the form to the left, or give us a call at (415) 413-0096 for free quotes today!