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Data destruction in 2015 is safer than safe, thanks to the STROY Ultra Secure filter

13 Feb, 2020

“Personal client information found in the street.” Nowadays, similar news regularly makes the headlines in Dutch newspapers. This goes to show that many businesses still do not treat the confidential information of their valued clients with the care it requires. Now that more and more information is being stored, it is very important that businesses safeguard this information by creating secure, digital environments and thorough destruction of old data media. Be honest, wouldn’t you like to make the headlines with your business in a positive way?

Ultra Secure

In order to comply with more stringent security requirements, especially for government agencies, regarding the destruction of sensitive data, STROY was the first data destruction company in the Netherlands to take its services to an unequalled high security level. Our innovative STROY Ultra Secure filter makes it possible for electronic data media to be shredded on-site into particles measuring no more than 2 millimetres.

Now highly classified secrets are secure as well

The filter is suitable for the destruction of data media, such as hard disks, backup tapes, smartphones and USB sticks, and enables us to provide our clients with an even higher level of security than they were already accustomed to. Because of the destruction of sensitive data at the highest possible level, businesses can even entrust us with their highly classified secrets.

Classification level Secret

When destructing sensitive data, STROY complies with the highest security standards. This means we only destruct data under the watchful eye of our clients, and that all of our professionals have been certified and extensively screened, in order for them to be authorized to shred at classification level Secret. Furthermore, they have been issued with a so-called certificate of conduct by the Dutch justice department and have signed a security statement.

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