NAID Is A Division of i-SIGMA
BERKLEY, MA – Data Recycling NE, Inc. is proud to announce that they have recently been accepted as a member of NAID, a division of the International Secure Information Governance & Management Association™ (i-SIGMA).
The National Association of Information Destruction (NAID) is the standard-setting body advocating for industry-wide best practices in data destruction across governments and service providers. Originally formed as its own organization in 1994 it officially joined i-SIGMA in 2018.
“We’re so pleased to officially join NAID and i-SIGMA,” says Data Recycling NE President, TC Witherell. “As leaders in the information destruction and security industry, they work tirelessly to ensure that their member service providers are adhering to a rigorous set of standards.”
ABOUT DATA RECYCLING NEW ENGLAND
Data Recycling NE, Inc. is an electronics recycling company that is in the business of hard drive destruction for businesses and consumers, and electronic recycling all types of e-waste including CRT’s (computer monitors and televisions), desktop computers, laptops, computer parts, and accessories, and other consumer electronics. Data Recycling of New England is a Massachusetts-based company but we also pick up computers and electronics for businesses and schools in Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, New York, and Maine.
NAID has a global focus on secure data destruction and advocates for a standard of best practices across governments and by service providers as well as suppliers of products, equipment, and services to destruction companies. NAID also works to improve the sales efforts of nearly 2,000 member companies by providing tools for compliance with all known data protection regulations. The NAID AAA Certification Program, which is held by approximately 1,000 service providers on five continents, is now required in thousands of government and private service contracts. NAID was originally formed as its own association in 1994, before coming under the i-SIGMA umbrella in 2018.