Hard Drive Destruction on-site at the CIO Peer Forum courtesy of ERA

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If you have old hard drives that are collecting dust in your basement or storage facilities (or let’s face it,
under your
desk or in the corner of your office), bring them with you to the CIO Peer Forum and have them destroyed on-site.

April 10-11, 2018 8:30am – 4:30pm
Westin Bayshore , 1601 Bayshore Drive, Vancouver, BC.

We are thrilled that the ERA – Electronic Recycling Association – will be joining us at the CIO Peer Forum in Vancouver April 10-11, 2018. Not only are we are grateful that they are a sponsor, but we excited that they are going to be on-site to with their mobile hard driveshredders.

Addressing data security represents a core element of the ERA’s value proposition and service offering. They possess robust data wiping and physical destruction capabilities and have employed these capabilities in partnership with Canadian Law Enforcement agencies as part of efforts to raise awareness of the dangers associated with inadequate diligence around personal computing devices.

Studies have shown that fear of data being recovered from old equipment is one of the biggest obstacles to reuse. When you utilize the ERA’s data destruction services, you can be assured that your data will be secure from retrieval.

The ERA offers several solutions for data security. The ERA has several AmeriShred mobile hard drive shredders are capable of shredding hard drives, data tapes, servers and other data storage hardware. This is what will be on-site at the CIO Peer Forum in Vancouver. Check out  this  video was taken by the North Vancouver RCMP illustrating how our hard drive shredder ensures data security by thoroughly destroying physical data storage hardware.

 

SELF SERVICE RENTAL

ERA’s AmeriShred mobile destruction units are also available for rent. An ERA representative will demonstrate the unit’s use to a client representative so that the representative can shred related items personally. This option is ideal for organizations with security protocol requiring sensitive information to remain on their own premises at all times.

For more information about the CIO Peer Forum, please visit our conference site here.

For more information about ERA, please visit their website here.

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