Data Destruction: Best Practices for Secure IT Asset Disposal | ITAMG

Presenter – Frank Milia


Discover the critical importance of proper data destruction in this insightful video featuring ITAMG’s COO, Frank Milia. Learn the best practices for secure IT asset disposal, ensuring your sensitive data remains protected. Safeguard your organization from data breaches and comply with regulatory standards by implementing a comprehensive data disposition plan.

In this video, we dive deep into the principles of data disposition, exploring the reasonable actions organizations must take to prevent unauthorized access to protected data. Frank Milia emphasizes the risks associated with holding onto end-of-life data for extended periods without a proper disposal plan in place. Prolonging data retention unnecessarily exposes your company to potential security threats and is considered an unreasonable practice.

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So I’m not aware of any industries that say you need to dispose of data, but all the regulatory compliances around data disposition all have the same principle. They’re all based on the reasonable principle that you take reasonable action to protect unauthorized access to data. To protected data. So could one argue that it is unreasonable to hold data for decades and decades without a plan in place for disposing of it? Because, as I mentioned earlier, that time that you’re holding that end of life data is just creating more and more points for potential exposure. So I would argue that having that data for longer than is necessary is really an unreasonable practice.