Data erasure

According to inter­na­tional safety standards and specific requirements 

Valuable infor­ma­tion, very often worthy of protec­tion, is obtained from company data. They are the capital of every company. Nowadays, almost all infor­ma­tion concer­ning either the company itself or those with which a company works is stored on media and must be protected from unaut­ho­rized use.

Conse­quences of data misusage:

SECURITY AT DATA DELETION COMES FIRST 

At compits, we pay signi­fi­cant atten­tion to the secure, irretriev­able and audit-proof deletion of all data on old equip­ment and IT compon­ents that, for ecolo­gical reasons and economic consi­de­ra­tions, should not be destroyed and disposed of, but should be remarketed.

compits relies on erasure proce­dures and certi­fied data erasure according to the highest inter­na­tional security standards.

CERTIFIED ERASURE STANDARDS

For each company and each indivi­dual case, we address company-specific requi­re­ments and deter­mine the appro­priate deletion standards and procedures:

         

Blancco SSD Erasure

NIST 800–88 Clear

NIST 800–88 Purge

DoD 5220.22‑M ECE

U.S. Army AR380-19

TRANSPARENCY IS IMPORTANT TO US — FROM ON-SITE PACKAGING TO DATA ERASURE

Because of the sensi­ti­vity of the topic of data security, it is parti­cu­larly important to us to guarantee compa­nies the highest possible trans­pa­rency with regard to the deletion of data media. This begins with the packa­ging on site and ends with the successful data deletion of the respec­tive data carrier on our premises. Once the data has been erased, a certi­fi­cate with serial number, time stamp and details of the erasure proce­dure used is issued and trans­mitted for each erasure process. Broken data carriers that can no longer be erased are profes­sio­nally destroyed and recycled.