We take care of all your hard drive and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) media secure disposal requirements, recycling all waste material once the destruction is complete. Furthering your guarantee of security, SHDD has been assessed to Negative Vetting Level 1 (SECRET) security clearance through the Department of Defence.
Data destruction is an essential step in keeping your personal and important information safe. It is common for this sensitive information to not only reside on your computer's hard drive, but also on other ICT media, such as, an external hard drive, a USB Flash memory device or your mobile phone. Businesses may also store sensitive data in devices such as computer motherboard chips, security and identification cards, and other programmable devices. As such, we also offer media destruction services where we shred all ICT media, including any eWaste you may have that you want disposed of, securely.
Hard drive shredding and hard drive disposal, not simply hard drive sanitisation. Hard drive physical destruction is what is required to ensure you stay safe when disposing of your drives. If you would like any further information or if you have any queries, please contact us.
All our services are free of any setup fees and are available on a no-contract basis. Term contract options are available at special rates for businesses requiring a dedicated, on-going service.
Login: To order the destruction of your hard drives, you must first register your details. Once registered, you will receive your password enabling you to login to your account and submit your order. Use Quick Quote for small orders.
Order: Enter your postcode, the number of hard drives you want destroyed and the fees will be calculated. You have the option to record serial numbers of all drives destroyed and/or receive a video recording of the process.
Send Drives: You will receive all material required to have the hard drives securely freighted to SHDD. After destruction, you will receive a Certificate of Destruction verifying that your data is now destroyed. Read More