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From January 2019, the CPNI is advising organisations to carry out their own risk assessment if mobile destruction services are to be used for destruction of paper other than ‘official’ documents. The standard is intended to be applied to sensitive items assigned a government security classification of SECRET or TOP SECRET; or equivalent classification as determined by the item owner. The CPNI makes it very clear that if organisations wish to continue using these types of destruction techniques for classified material above OFFICIAL, they do so at their own risk.

We have just added 2 new Iveco 7.2 tonne Euro 6 vehicles to our fleet. With increased payload, greater fuel economy and reduced emissions these vehicles will not only benefit us but also the planet!

New Team Members

and are still looking for Warehouse Team members and aspiring IT Techies. If you would like to join our team have a look at the opportunities and get in touch.

We are currently looking for a driver and warehouse team members. We are offering full time contracts for 40 hours a week, Monday to Friday with overtime at time and a half when it's available.

For full details please visit our Jobs Opportunities page.

Secure IT Disposals are pround to annouce that we have been suucessfully approved to be compliant with GCHQ CESG CAS S, Assured Sanitisation Service.

Secure IT Disposals are the only accreditated company that are approved to destroy or sanitise all media types at TOP SECRET. This include:

  • Dynamic and Static RAM (DRAM and SRAM)
  • EEPROM and EPROM Flash FPGA (Volatile and non-volatile)
  • Hard Disk Drives (Destruction)
  • Hard Disk Drives (Sanitisation and reuse)
  • Magnetic tapes and Floppy disks
  • Monitors
  • Optical media
  • Smart Cards, Micro Controllers and SIM Cards
  • Paper
  • Microform

Secure IT Disposals Limited is expanding and we are actively looking for motivated individuals to join our team. If you would like to find out more about who we are looking for have a look at our current job opportunities.


Cyber Essentials certified

With the recent TalkTalk hack just the latest in a long line of high-profile data breaches that took place in 2015, it seems like a growing trend, no wonder the government’s objective to increase cyber security in the UK was the main topic of GCHQ director Robert Hannigan’s talk at the government’s IA15 event this year.

So what can you do to make your business or organisation more resilient to cyber-attack? You don’t have to implement a full ISO 27001 system like we do but you could become certified by the government’s Cyber Essentials scheme. GCSQ and the government assure that adopting Cyber Essentials defines and measures baseline security hygiene to prevent around 80% of cyber-attacks. Read more HERE

Find out how becoming Cyber Essentials certified, can help your business; more information HERE


Secure IT Disposals will be speaking at NAHS 2015 conference (National Association for Healthcare Security) in London on 12th November 2015. Since we use NHS approved SyOP 7.13 and CPNI (Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure) approved methods to help customers comply with the Data Protection Act (DPA) and forthcoming EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), we are ideally placed to help our clients in the healthcare and medical industries with sensitive customer and staff data to protect. Further details about the event can be found HERE.

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Secure IT Disposals will be exhibiting at the Defence Industry Security Association (DISA) Annual Conference on October 14th and 15th and will be at hand to advise and discuss the secure destruction of data and ICT equipment to defence industry security requirements. DISA acts as a collective representative body interacting with HM Government and agencies within the defence arena. Please contact DISA about membership and for event registration.


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Data breaches are increasingly frequent and according to research from Experian Consumer Services, UK businesses appear acutely underprepared when it comes to the aftermath. Are you ready for the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)? You can prevent your data from falling into the wrong hands and avoid the resulting crisis by using a supplier such as Secure IT Disposals. 

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