Ensure your data, is gone for good
EOL IT Services provide a range of Data Destruction Services to guarantee 100% data information security for your business.
EOL provide data destruction services to UK Government NCSC (previously CESG) standards, with certificated proof of erasure and destruction for every hard drive or data bearing asset. EOL ensure that your business remains compliant with the Data Protection Act when disposing of your retired IT Assets.
Our IT Shredding service allows for the complete destruction of data, whether it is the shredding of hard drives or any other form of media bearing items. EOL also offer granulation/disintegration and our granulators are CPNI approved.
We can shred any media bearing items, including:
Other storage devices
(CDs, USBs, DVDs, Floppy Discs etc)
(DLT, DDS, LTO, DAT Tapes etc)
(Security Fobs etc)
We ensure a full audit trail with itemised reporting – start to finish – thus ensuring a record of all items shredded and where they originated from is kept so that they can be traced for your own internal auditing information.
All of our IT disposal services are WEEE Compliant and currently exceed all relevant UK and European legislation requirements.
EOL IT Services are able to carry out our data shredding services at your own facilities (under a non-release of data policy) or at our own secure premises.
As the UK’s most accredited ITAD, EOL remains focussed on enhancing our resources, capabilities and compliance in line with evolving clients’ needs and changing legislative requirements.
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