Make sure your IT asset disposal process is GDPR compliant


Making sure your Data Protection policy and processes are in order has never been more important. With GDPR being officially enforced from 25th May, rules around the processing of personal data are tightening up considerably, and non-compliance could result in a fine of up to €20 million, or 4% annual turnover (whichever is greater). This becomes of particular in importance when thinking about IT asset disposal and what happens to data-bearing hardware at the end of its useful life.

With this in mind, we’ve put together this handy checklist to help you audit your own processes and ensure you are fully compliant with GDPR, with a focus on data destruction and IT asset disposal. The checklist takes you through your requirements related to:

  • Documentation and policy
  • Internal processes, awareness and training
  • Third party responsibilities and selecting ITAD partners

Fill in the form to download your free copy and get your organisation ready for GDPR and beyond.