Alaska Archives Earns NAID Certification for Data Destruction, Paper Shredding
As information management regulations tighten for many industries, Alaska Archives takes proactive step to establish secure processes through certification.
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA, Jan. 11, 2013 – Alaska Archives, the state’s most reputable provider of information management and data destruction services, announces that they have achieved National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) AAA certification for both mobile and plant-based operations.
The NAID certification for Alaska Archives is endorsed for paper and printed media, computer hard drives and non-paper media destruction.
NAID is the non-profit watchdog organization for the secure data destruction services industry.
Certification is achieved and maintained through ongoing announced and unannounced audits of
service operations at certified facilities and in the field. Audits are conducted by trained, independent
auditors, all of whom are accredited by ASIS International as Certified Protection Professionals.
“Many industries have requirements they must follow when selecting service providers who gain access
to their customer information,” said Alaska Archives General Manager Jon Kaplan.
“Our NAID certification demonstrates to these customers that we are trained and equipped to meet their
rigorous security needs,” he said.
About Alaska Archives: Alaska Archives has provided information management services to a wide range of
customers in Alaska – hospitals, banks, law firms, government entities and more -- for 20 years. Services include
secure document and media storage and retrieval, confidential on- or off-premises paper shredding, and hard
drive and smart phone shredding. They are NAID AAA certified and members of ARMA International and PRISM