DoD Standard Hard Drive Sanitisation

Shred-X offer a range of data destruction solutions including DoD Standard Sanitisation of hard drives. Hard drive sanitisation is also referred to as data wiping and data erasure.

DoD Standard Sanitisation is the Highest Military Grade data wiping solution and involves a multiple pass procedure designed to ensure that data cannot be retrieved through commercially available data recovery processes. Overwriting is a common data removal process which simply overwrites hard drive storage with patterns of all zeros however overwriting does not completely destroy all of the data and can result in data (yours, your customer’s or your business information) being recovered. DoD standard sanitisation is a verified process that overwrites hard disk drives (HDDs) with patterns of ones and zeros through a multiple 3 or 7 step process followed by certified verification.

 

Benefits of Shred-X DoD Standard Sanitisation:

  1. Highest Standard Military Grade data wiping solution means complete peace of mind for you
  2. Certificate of Destruction for each asset provides you with verification of all data removal
  3. Once the sanitisation process is complete assets are still in whole form for reuse, recycling or physical destruction
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