The safe management and disposal of data is one of the most important tasks to carry out before reselling medical equipment. We provide the health sector with a Data Erasure service that's safe, certified and fully auditable.
The safe option for your data removal
As part of our Data Erasure service, we can carry out the following tasks:
- Secure collection of storage of all equipment with sensitive data
- Physical check for any supplier and patient information
- Removal of all asset labelling
- Physical check of all software for sensitive data
- Removal of all hospital, network and patient data
- Data removal certification
Trust us to manage your equipment's data
We take the removal of patient, hospital and network data very seriously. Our end-to-end reselling process ensures data is safe and secure until it is removed.
- Secure collection by our experienced Collections Team
- Secure storage of all equipment at our Oakville, Ontario facility
- Certified process to erase all hospital & patient data using Industry leading data erasure software
- Fully auditable process from collection to sale
Certified data management processes
We provide a data erasure process that is certified and complies with the following:
- Common Criteria (ISO 15408). Common Criteria is an internationally recognized independent security certification recognized by governments in 31 countries in Europe, Australasia, Asia and North America, including Canada.
- The software we use is recommended by NATO and included in the prestigious NATO Information Assurance Product Catalogue (NIAPC).
- The software we use is capable of overwriting data from any capacity drive and supports all ATA/IDE/SCSI/USB/SATA and FireWire disks.
Compliant with all legislation
Our data erasure services comply with all the following legislation and industry standards:
- Canadian Privacy Statutes including (i) the Federal Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA); (ii) Alberta’s Personal Information Protection Act; (iii) British Columbia’s Personal Information Protection Act; and (iv) Québec’s An Act Respecting the Protection of Personal Information in the Private Sector
- Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA)
- National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication 800-88, Revision 1, Guidelines for Media Sanitization, December 2014
- Guidelines from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC)
- Supplying Clients’ (Hospitals and other suppliers) own data protection procedures, in conjunction with a Data Processing Agreement.
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