Security & Risk
GigaBiter is the Industry LEADER in Secure Electronic Destruction and operates all across the country out of our Secure Mobile Electronic Destruction Vehicles (SMEDVs) for the on-site destruction of your data storage devices and electronic waste.
GigaBiter caters to your Indianapolis, IN Companies Security & Risk
Fortune 500 companies, as well as government and security agencies, turn to GigaBiter for destruction services. GigaBiter’s partners include the intelligence community, military, defense contractors, medical practices, hospitals, banks, accounting firms, law firms, technology companies, service companies, and a broad array of federal, state and local Indianapolis, IN government agencies.
From the risk assessment (R&A) to destruction to certification (COD), GigaBiter provides a complete chain of custody using bar-coding and GPS tracking so each client is certain their electronic waste gets destroyed.
Wherever secure destruction of sensitive material is required, GigaBiter uses a variety of methods that are tailored to meet the unique requirements of each Indianapolis, IN client and Indianapolis, IN company policies. These methods include shredding, crushing, degaussing, de-manufacturing and disintegration. Our team of trained data destruction technicians is well versed in the assortment of destruction methods and the requirements of the laws governing destruction.
GigaBiter’s consultants work with your Indianapolis, IN company to identify potential risks and develop a plan to mitigate them, comply with appropriate laws and regulations, and dispose and recycle the equipment using our patented destruction process.
Secure Mobile Electronic Destruction Vehicle
All equipment requiring destruction is moved into GigaBiter’s Secure Mobile Electronic Destruction Vehicle for final destruction and sorting.
Depending on the media, equipment is reduced to fine grindings or dust.
There is no waste from GigaBiter’s process. We guarantee 100% data destruction and responsible recycling for almost any electronic device.