On-site Hard Drive Shredding in Pittsburgh
Data Killers’ performs data destruction services nationwide. From hard drive shredding to tape degaussing, we offer a full spectrum of on-site destruction options. The key component to our nationwide data destruction capabilities is our proprietary trucks, which are fully equipped with top-rated shredders, degaussers, and destruction equipment. Data Killers trucks are partially manufactured by one of the largest energy suppliers to the federal government. Our trucks are self-powered and autonomous with high quality generators, which provide full power to our equipment. We can pull up to any building or facility and completely destroy any amount of hard drives, tapes, or media. Recently, our Data Killers trucks were on the road to Pennsylvania for on-site hard drive shredding in Pittsburgh, PA.
On-site hard drive shredding in Pittsburgh
Our customer in Pittsburgh is a global leader in delivering innovative, performance-oriented applications and services that capture, create, manage and deploy information and learning assets. The one day project consisted of degaussing and shredding approximately 200 hard drives on-site at the customer’s facility. Our customer requested NSA requirements because the data contained on the hard drives was confidential or classified. Data Killers’ NSA approved degaussing and hard drive shredding is the only NSA approved process for destruction of classified materials. The on-site hard drive shredding in Pittsburgh, PA was done with so much skill and expertise that our customer assured us of their repeat business in upcoming data destruction projects.
The state of Pennsylvania is home to a lot of our enterprise customers who turn to us to provide data destruction services at all of their facilities across the United States. We are the only truly national chard drive shredding company with high level credentials that can service the entire United States. Our customers are provided with a daily log of destruction activities and can monitor our trucks via GPS and via a DVD on the shredding.