The UK DDRV recently completed its longest trip to date, a 4,000 mile round trip to Moscow and Warsaw.
The trip, organised by Damian Rushworth (CSI UK), was by far the most complex and demanding hard drive destruction project ever undertaken by the UK DDRV team. Work permits, visas and specialist customs paperwork were required to enable the projects to go ahead.
Working on behalf of Bob Novelly’s (EPC) customers the DDRV undertook two projects in Moscow for two of EPC’s international clients and one project in Warsaw. The whole hard drive destruction trip took over three weeks to complete and both customers were extremely satisfied at the successful conclusion to the projects.
This is the latest of a number of international projects were CSI UK have collaborated successfully with EPC, following on from a DDRV project in Istanbul and numerous onsite data wiping projects throughout Europe.
Special thanks goes to the UK technicians Jevgeny Sapoznikov and Alex Molloy, without whose efforts the projects in Russia and Poland would not have been a success.