NJ law removes the restriction on mobile destruction of hard drives.

According to Dag Adamson, founder of Newton, Massachusetts-based Lifespan, which provides information technology asset disposition /data destruction services in the U.S. and Canada, and leader of the NAID Task Force assigned to direct the initiative, New Jersey businesses are the ultimate beneficiary. NAID applauds the actions of the New Jersey lawmakers in providing their constituents with more discretion in deciding what hard drive destruction solution is best for them, says Adamson. Currently, an estimated 24 service providers are capable of providing NAID Certified mobile destruction on hard drives to New Jersey customers. NAID says it is working with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to provide an efficient method for field investigators to validate service provider qualifications.

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