Many industries have specific security regulations, but the obligation to protect confidential data is universal. U.S. Micro has the expertise and experience to meet the security and environmental demands of all industries, especially those with strict compliance and regulatory requirements. We have a proven track record serving major financial, healthcare, education, non-profits, technology, energy and insurance organizations as well as other Fortune 500 companies.
Whether a multi-national financial conglomerate or a regional bank, all financial institutions must comply with Gramm-Leach-Bliley, Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) and strict EPA regulations. U.S. Micro has extensive experience providing IT asset disposition services to meet these increasingly strict compliance and regulatory mandates. Our closed-loop process ensures the optimal level of security and our full range of recycling alternatives ensures EPA compliance from start to finish.
With the enactment of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA), HITECH Act and the conversion to electronic medical records, healthcare organizations are under significant pressure to implement high level data security protocols. U.S. Micro’s highly developed IT asset disposition process ensures that all equipment is tracked throughout the process and that data is wiped before leaving the customer’s location. Read this case study to learn more about how U.S. Micro will keep patient’s information private.
As technology continues to become more prevalent in the classroom, so do challenges in upgrading to new systems. Schools require up-to-date technology, but retiring old assets poses security and financial challenges. U.S. Micro’s upfront purchase model provides school systems with a guaranteed price for retired equipment to avoid eroding the value of assets through the process. Learn how U.S. Micro can help your institution turn old assets into a profit center.
Insurance companies are responsible for client’s sensitive and confidential personal information such as Social Security numbers, policy and payment information, enrollments, as well as claims, statements, and proprietary internal information. Additionally, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners mandates that account information meet security, authority and auditing standards. When looking to retire assets, it’s hard to ignore recent headlines about data breaches leaking confidential information. and U.S. Micro understands that a single data breach can cost a company millions. We have securely serviced several insurance companies, without a single data breach.