San Antonio, TX Hard Drive Destruction
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.
The Leader in Hard Drive Destruction Services
GigaBiter offers your San Antonio, TX company a secure, on-site hard drive destruction service that meets or exceeds the U.S. National Security Agency’s (NSA) standards for information elimination and destruction. GigaBiter ensures your companies? confidential data is no longer recoverable from any systems or media.
With advanced data recovery techniques, the destruction process is critically important. Our hard drive destruction process satisfies all NSA/CSS and Department of Defense (DoD) regulations and guidelines for hard drive destruction, ensuring complete obliteration of your confidential or secure data. GigaBiter’s process is more secure than hard drive wiping or erasure, all hard drives are mechanically ground into the smallest particle size available in the industry.
Shredded Hard Drives
Environmentally Friendly Hard Drive Destruction
There is no waste in our process, the output of your destroyed hard drive is not placed in a landfill. Our process results in a material that is 100% recyclable.
Our mechanical hard drive destruction process does not use any solvents or other hazardous chemicals that can harm people or the environment.
On-site Destruction Services
GigaBiters Secure Mobile Electronic Destruction Vehicle (SMEDV) are available throughout the United States and into Canada.
Our equipment can be on your San Antonio, TX site to support either a one-time hard drive destruction project or on a recurring basis. On-site hard drive shredding and destruction service eliminates all chain of custody issues. GigaBiter is the trusted name for classified hard drive destruction service with the Department of Defense (DoD) guidelines and regulations.
We also specialize in media destruction, solid state destruction, and classified materials destruction.
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