Following a recent audit, AMI have been awarded the ADISA certification, achieving the highest level of the accreditation; a Distinction with Honours.
This achievement of a Distinction with Honours is only held by four other ADISA members, positioning AMI amongst the elite emphasising why they remain at the forefront of the IT Asset Disposal industry. AMI remain the only IT Asset Disposal company in Ireland certified to the Distinction with Honours level.
Philip McMichael, Managing Director at AMI said, “We are delighted to once again achieve the accolade of the ADISA Certification with Distinction. This is the fourth year that we have received the level of distinction and due to the ongoing commitment of our staff we have further improved to achieve the Distinction with Honours. This emphasises the commitment AMI have to retaining the highest level of security and compliance throughout our business processes. We’ve worked hard to ensure that we maintain first class standards, reinforcing to our clients that the security of their data is our top priority.”
Launched in 2010, the ADISA IT Asset Disposal Security Standard was started to improve the quality and security of service offered by data and IT disposal providers. ADISA has recently been recognised as being an industry standard of merit by The Defence Infosec Product Co-Operation Group (UK) (DIPCOG) adding further credibility to its already prestigious status.
By adhering to the stringent regulations of ADISA, this certification establishes AMI as a leader in providing secure IT asset disposal and data sanitization services. It continues to assure customers that their IT assets and data are being disposed of securely, responsibly and in accordance with Data Protection legislation. Customers can have confidence and be reassured that AMI operate to the highest industry standards which reflect current best practice for handling data carrying assets.