Our Media Destruction Process: Properly Destroying Equipment

The realm we have been operating in for a few months is still leading to uncertain times. During these times, we have been monitoring the fast-paced and ever-changing landscape. From when we were first introduced to the life-changing pandemic known as coronavirus or COVID-19, it has taken us from a few posts, commercials, and emails about the precautions we should take for our safety to entire businesses being closed for an extended period of time.

At Phiston Technologies, one of our first thoughts was the safety of everyone, including our employees and clients. We are waiting for things to get back to normal, and we believe that it will happen. However, we understand that it will only be a matter of time and that we will need to remain patient and smart. At this time, we will continue to operate the best way we can.

Phiston Technologies sells hard drive destruction equipment that will completely destroy hard drives and the internal components. Our hard drive destruction equipment meets all regulation and compliance standards for the current laws that require complete destruction of data on any piece of equipment before the equipment is disposed of. 

No hard drive in a workplace or organization should be disposed of without being properly destroyed. Hard drives are some of the things hackers and identity thieves look for the most, even the hard drives that have been erased before disposing of. Why? Hard drives that are wiped or erased before disposing of them can still hold valuable information that can be used by identity thieves and hackers. 

In order to prevent someone from being able to use the hard drive to obtain valuable data, our equipment is used to destroy the hard drives physically. Once our equipment has destroyed the data, no one will be able to retrieve the data, regardless of how hard they try. The hard drive housing will be destroyed and the data platters will no longer be connected to the hub. 

Our hard drive destruction equipment will physically destroy the hard drive and it will be ready for proper disposal. For more information on our media destruction process, please do not hesitate to contact us today.

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