When it comes to retiring your end of life IT there’s certainly no shortage of providers offering disposal services. Many companies simply choose the cheapest available option, and hand data-bearing equipment such as laptops and PCs to service providers without even considering the security of the provider’s supply chain or the potential implications of a data breach.
The end of 2016 brings a New Year and with it a fresh start. We often hear the saying “New Year, New You” but how many times do we make new year’s resolutions but then fall back into old habits before January is even over? The same is often true when it comes to reviewing work procedures and policies, but when it comes to Data Security, there are a few resolutions that should be made and not broken unless you want to run the risk of a data breach within your organisation. Continue reading…
One of the key tools launched in 2016 by the ICO was the self-assessment tool that helps small and medium sized organisations (SMEs) to assess their compliance with the Data Protection Act. The toolkit provides handy links to relevant guidance and further information, and generates a rating based on responses.
Presented by Steve Mellings, the founder of ADISA, this 30 minute recorded webinar looks at one area of data protection – ICT disposal and outlines Strategies for Secure IT and Data Retirement.
AMI opened its doors for the first time back in 2001. Originating as a computer repair shop with a small team based on the Boucher Road in Belfast, the company now ranks among the top seven of companies audited worldwide by leading global IT disposal standards body ADISA. AMI has grown significantly to become a £4 million turnover organisation with 40 staff working from two processing facilities in Dublin and Belfast, servicing a wide range of private and public sector clients throughout Ireland.
Dublin, 20th October 2016 – AMI, Ireland’s leading secure IT retirement company, today announces that it will invest €1.1m and create 15 jobs by 2018 as it grows its business and increases its team to 50.
On the 20th June 2016, AMI had their unannounced spot-check by the auditing body for the ADISA standard. We can now announce that we have once again passed and remain certified to the ADISA Distinction with Honours level.
AMI are pleased to announce that we are one of fifteen approved suppliers for ICT Disposal and Recycling for CPC (Crescent Purchasing Consortium) and the only Northern Ireland based supplier.
AMI would like to invite you to the ISIA’s (Irish Security Industry Association’s) seminar on data protection and the secure destruction of data. If you are responsible for managing data, risk or legal compliance then this seminar is not to be missed.