IBM Implements Tear-A-Byte® As Their Exclusive Global Media Destruction Process!
IBM places Tear-A-Byte® at the front line of their global offering for certified data destruction.READ MORE
Tear-A-Byte® provides unmatched media / data security solutions including:
- Secure onsite device containment
- RFID IT Asset real-time tracking and inventory control
- Fully automated audit trail via client portal
- Certified degaussing to Department of Defense requirements
- Data security, management and destruction with ISO 27001 compliance
- Meets the NIST 800-88 Federal Guidelines for media sanitization
Tear-A-Byte® is a patented Track-Contain-Destroy-Verify process
developed to fully protect your enterprise.
Cyber security protocols are ineffective and non-compliant when data bearing devices leave the four walls of a facility for any reason and/or allow loose media to be handled outside of certified SOC or ISO audited processes.
Such protocol is susceptible to a data breach due to improper inventory management systems and could result in devastating loss to any corporation.
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Tear-A-Byte® For Every Site
Tear-A-Byte® provides the Track-Contain-Destroy-Verify patented process developed to fully protect its business partners from data breaches resulting from stolen and mismanaged loose data-bearing devices.
Along with our patented track-contain-destroy-verify process, Tear-A-Byte® Datacenter securely contains all failed and decommissioned data-bearing devices onsite, integrates RFID IT Asset real-time tracking, inventory control, automated audit trail, meets NIST 800-88 guidelines & more.
Designed to fit permanently inside a designated and secure setting, the Tear-A-Byte® Enterprise provides the best security for controlling data bearing devices once removed from company laptops and desktops.
Certification & Compliance Matters.
TechR2® upholds multiple Standards in Security, Safety and Environmental Management Systems to maximize business management best practices:
- ISO 27001 for a secured environment
- ISO 31000 to provide principles and generic guidelines on risk management
- ISO 14001 to minimize environmental impact
- ISO 9001 to maximize customer care
- OHSAS 18001 for control over relevant hazards
- HIPAA, HITECH, PCI, SOX, and GLBA for additional compliance