CyberCrunch, a nationwide e-waste recycling and data destruction company headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, this week announced they have attained a Delaware recycling permit, one of only a handful of companies authorized to provide onsite hard-drive shredding in the State of Delaware.
Recognized as the industry leader in e-waste and data destruction, with each State having different e-waste laws, CyberCrunch works diligently to ensure they obtain all necessary registrations and permits to answer the call around the United States.
“With identity theft on the rise and data breaches becoming a daily event in our country, we are working with companies to ensure they are staying on the right side of legal requirements,” said Serdar Bankaci, Founder and Owner of CyberCrunch. “Through our onsite hard-drive shredding, we ensure all Delaware companies are compliant, as we deliver serialized reports of the drives that we destroy.”
By using CyberCrunch’s services, companies are therefore complaint with PCI, GLBA, FACTA, SOX, and HIPPA data destruction requirements. Plus, with the serialized reports that are generated by CyberCrunch when it’s all said and done, companies have written evidence of their compliance in the event of an audit.
“As one of the only companies authorized to provide these services, we take our job incredibly seriously. We are very honored to have received a Delaware recycling permit, showcasing to our clients how passionate we are about providing our work nationally,” said Bankaci. “We look forward to more continued client collaboration and support in the year to come.”
CyberCrunch is R2/RIOS certified, as well as an NAID member. The company provides commercial services to companies in need of e-waste recycling and data destruction throughout the United States.
For more information, visit: https://ccrcyber.com/.