Electronic Media Destruction Services

Record Nations Electronic Media DestructionDigital media contains assets highly sought after by cyber criminals and data thieves. Old, or improperly destroyed digital media can pose a huge threat to any business. Proper electronic media destruction can help to alleviate some of those risks.

Cyber criminals and identity thieves are looking to get their hands on old, used electronic media devices. Items such as USB drives, hard drives, and CD’s hold a wealth of sensitive and proprietary information. Items found on the secondary market are often bought and sold with the intent of extracting this data. 

Even after erasing and wiping all your digitally stored files from these electronic devices, they still have the potential to be manipulated to retrieve old files.

Protect Your Information With Electronic Media Destruction Services

If your computers, laptops, or other electronic media devices once held any confidential files or information, make sure to have them properly destroyed to avoid any data breaches in the future. Taking this simple precaution can save money and years of rebuilding.

Items You Should Destroy

  • Computer hard drives
  • Laptops
  • USB drives
  • CDs, DVDs, or any disks
  • Credit and debit cards
  • Portable hard drives

Our partnered destruction companies make sure that each type of device is adequately shredded and unusable in the future. After the information is destroyed, the raw materials can then be sent for recycling. This helps to protect you, and the environment. 

Get Free Quotes on Electronic Media Destruction Services

Record Nations partners with a nationwide network of local electronic media destruction companies to destroy your electronics and keep you safe from hackers and cyber criminals. We find the appropriate services and present you with free quotes to choose from. All in just a few minutes.

To get started, fill out the form on this page, give us a call at (866) 385-3706, or contact us directly using our live chat.

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Did you know that your Hard Drives and Cell Phones contain more private information than hundreds of boxes of paper that could put you or your company at risk?