Recently CSI Lifecycle Services unveiled the new Data Destruction Recycling Vehicle (DDRV) including a report of its first international trip to Germany.
As well as shredding hard drives to 30mm for commercial data or 6mm for highly sensitive data, the DDRV is equipped with a bespoke video recording system which takes footage of the entire process. There are two cameras in the DDRV, one of which can be seen below:
The camera system also features an overlay system which displays serial numbers as they are scanned and shredded. This is designed to provide the ultimate security assurance, as it is plainly visible that each drive has been successfully shredded.
During the shredding process, our bespoke software lists each item that has been scanned and shredded. This software displays details for the serial number, type of media and date of shredding.
Once all drives have been shredded, a report is compiled – such as the one below – and this is later provided to the customer to acknowledge complete shredding of their hard drives and other media. This also lists all items by serial number and media type.
It is important that we offer only the highest level of data security to our clients – and for this reason at CSI Lifecycle Services a DVD recording, as well as a certificate of destruction, can be provided to the customer once the process is complete. To read more about our DDRV, data destruction process and to make an enquiry, contact us by calling 44 (0)114 232 9200, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out an enquiry form on our website.