In addition to our suite of High-Security Data Destruction products, Phiston provides
services that enable companies to properly manage destruction and disposition of
electronic data storage media that have reached the end of their useful life.
Using Phiston’s High-Security hard drive destruction machines, we can securely destroy
all your sensitive data storage media including:
- Computer hard drives (HDDs and SSDs)
- Optical Media (CDs, DVDs, BluRays)
- Memory boards
- Cell/Smart Phones
- Magnetic stripe cards (drivers’ licenses, security badges, credit cards, etc.)
- Other Electronic Data Storage Media
Your media will be destroyed at our secure facility in Miami, Florida. You may either
deliver the media in person to us or send them to us via a bonded courier. After
destruction, you will be provided with a Certificate of Destruction. We will dispose
of the destroyed media debris with one of our recyclers, or you may choose to have
the debris returned to you. Please contact us for a quote, or to answer any questions
you may have.
Policies and Procedures to Ensure Your Company is in Regulatory Compliance
Is your company or department in compliance with regulations for responsible custodianship,
security and destruction of data stored on IT assets and portable data storage devices
Are you aware of your responsibilities for managing the sanitization and destruction
of electronic data storage media, and the vast and intricate set of governing laws
and regulations such as:
- Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)
- Federal Property and Administrative Services Act (FPASA)
- Federal Property Management Regulations (FPMR)
- Federal Information Security Act of 2002
- FACTA, HIPPA and GLB
Phiston’s experienced data security technical experts can work with you to:
- Review and update, or create your corporate data destruction policies and procedures
that are relevant to your company and industry, and meet regulatory compliance.
- Identify appropriate products, procedures and/or service providers to achieve your
high-security data destruction goals.