Industry Knowledge You Can Trust
Years of experience ensuring compliance
It is a sad truth that Healthcare companies are targeted as much as any channel when it comes to ransomware. Data compliance compliance has become a primary focus. For many types of tech having compliance can equate to having a financially sustainable technology program. You can have a true win-win. Compliant Data Security and eWaste disposal can come with costs completely mitigated. At Total we strive to give you this outcome.
What Is Involved
Comprehensive services that provide you with a quick and easy solution
A sustainable technology program involves serveral interconnected services, but that doesn't mean the process needs to be complicated. Our process is founded in simplicity and transparency. From quote to compliance certification to settlement our consultants will act as a trusted guide.
Working alongside you from consultation to device pickup and payment
Costs associated with any services are typically mitigated by the residual value of your tech.
White glove services or custom packaging are available for device logistics to one of our facilities.
All devices are wiped of data and undergo a multipoint inspection and comprehensive testing.
Quick payment turnaround giving your business funding for your next technology deployment.
Devices are then refurbished and remarketed or recycled if the device is truly end of life.
Data Security and eWaste Disposal - Should you be concerned?
If it can happen to healthcare companies like Scripps Health and Multiplan, it can happen to you. What is this "IT" I speak of? A data breach. Scripps Health estimated that costs totaled over 113 Million, including over $91 million in lost revenue. There are many sources of a data breach. One of them is improperly disposing of assets.
"30% of all Data breaches come from not properly disposing of assets."
– Gartner Research
If data security concerns you, you have come to the right place.
Again, if it can happen to a company like Walgreens... The "IT" this time are fines for improper disposal of eWaste. The fines haven't been as large as for a data breach, but still the fines can be in the millions. Again, If your eWaste concerns you, you have come to the right place.
The common denominator for the two "ITS" are end of life technology. Let us be the solution to your problem before your concern becomes a reality.
Using Public Surplus or An Auction Site?
Prior to sending your devices to public surplus, did you remove all assets tags and perform a DoD wipe? Even if you did, it can still go wrong. Most public surplus sites will not give you a serialized transfer of liability and do not vet the buyers as R2V3. Devices can still be identifiable to your company by the serial numbers via OEM records. You could still be on the hook for fines associated with improper e-waste disposal if your devices are discovered in a landfill. Today, these fines can be in the millions. With Total Technology and our R2V3 network, your compliance is assured, giving you peace of mind.
Data Security should also be a concern. Any data left on the device is exposed to whomever buys your auction lot. Selling devices with data on them without a contractual agreement to destroy the data puts your agency into a challenging and risk laden position (read data breach). With Total Technology, all data wiping is completed in accordance with NIST 800-88 (National Institute of Standard and Technology) or DOD (Department of Defense) standards.