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HIPAA Compliant Computer Recycling & Data Destruction

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ID Theft is nothing new and the prevalence of it seems to have grown as the digital industries have grown. More people are connected digitally than ever before. And with the mass digital connections, medical identity theft is a major problem.

HIPAA Rules and Laws to Prevent Private Information from Becoming Public

HIPAA rules and laws protect people in many ways. Some of those rules involve the way doctors and hospitals handle patient data digitally. As more laws push doctors and hospitals to move patient data to digital storage and digital access points, it is more critical than ever to protect the identities, rights, and information about those patients.

Computer Recycling and the Healthcare Industry

Computers, tablets, servers, and more often become obsolete or break. And just like consumers are lawfully required to dispose of electronics in the right ways, doctors, hospitals, and the healthcare industries need to be doubly diligent to dispose of electronics in a manner that protects the public and their healthcare records.

Permanently Destruction of Personally Identifiable Data

At Protek, not only do we recycle computers and electronics in the most efficient and environmentally-friendly manners, but we offer unrecoverable data destruction so that you and your patients can be rest-assured that personal data is not only erased, but destroyed.

We Offer:

• Full-range electronics recycling
• Unrecoverable data destruction
• Fully-documented recycling
• Stellar customer service
• Local, State, and federal data and recycling compliance

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Protek is strongly committed to protecting the data of our clients. We will never view, copy, or otherwise access any data on hard drives that we receive, and we will protect any and all data containing devices from third-party access. We also provide in-house services that will completely and irrevocably destroy your data. Please view our data destruction page for a full outline of what we can do.