e-End regularly works for the government, specialized agencies and defense contractors that manage sensitive information as well as defense-related equipment and devices that need to be destroyed. When disposing of controlled items, you must be certain they are destroyed properly to meet ITAR requirements.
What Does It Mean To Be ITAR Compliant?
International Trafficking in Arms Regulations controls the export military and defense-related technologies. While this may include data-related items, it may also include other items such as weapons or special materials used by our government or other specialized companies. In order to be compliant, you must follow the required guidelines that ultimately protect our national security.
ITAR Compliant e-Waste Services
At e-End, we want each of our clients to have the peace of mind that they deserve. We guarantee that our services will help you remain in proper compliance with federal guidelines. Below are the ways that we keep the law in mind as we work through our services.
Asset disposition may be a tricky area for items that are handled under the ITAR compliance guidelines which requires the material to be destroyed do it can no longer be used for its original intended use.
If there is a possibility for the materials to be refurbished and reused, you can rest easy knowing that e-End has this federal guideline in mind every step of the way. Essentially, you don’t give away any information that people could use against the government or the public. Our thorough services protect against those uncertainties.
Secure Data Destruction
In some instances, data must be destroyed entirely to protect personal information on the device or equipment. There is no room for error when handling data that is related to our military. Doing this step will protect you even further against any risk potential.
To fully protect any military or defense-related technologies, degaussing is required for any magnetic storage media. This process ensures that any equipment that has a magnetic media is handled correctly so that data can’t be retrieved by any means.
Proper electronics recycling is required when considering the impacts that e-Waste has on the environment. However, throughout this process, the data will be eliminated before the product is recycled.
Hard Drive Shredding
If you have any doubts about whether or not a hard drive has any accessible data, then hard drive degaussing and shredding is the solution. Once this process is complete, then there is no information to access at all, which certainly makes it ITAR compliant.
Speak To Professional e-Waste Specialists
e-End is here to help you choose the right services to protect data from getting into the wrong hands. Please reach out to us today to learn more about our electronic recycling and data destruction services and which options are right for you. As always, we will ensure that you remain in compliance every step of the way. Contact us to learn more by giving us a call at 240.713.5855 or get a quote online today.