Launched in 2010, the ADISA Industry Standards for companies who participate in IT asset recovery now extend into the world of leasing, logistics, repair centre as well as the now well established IT Asset Disposal Standard.
If your business wants to have confidence that their partners operate to the highest industry standards which reflect current best practice for handling data carrying assets look for ADISA Certification to give you reassurance.
The audit process is multi-layered including full audits by UKAS certified auditors, unannounced operational audits and unannounced forensic audits. This approach ensures ADISA Certified companies are constantly being kept on their toes. With companies suspended and others removed from the program, the certification is something companies work hard to achieve and even harder to maintain.
With free end user services such as tender revenue, compliance reporting and real-time monitoring, the ADISA certification program is something which many companies are now building into their requirements as a pre-requisite for their suppliers to hold.
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The ADISA IT Asset Disposal Standard is formally recognised by DIPCOG.
The Defence InfoSec Product Co-Operation Group UK (DIPCOG) is a UK Ministry of Defence forum run by a committee composed of representatives primarily from the MoD and CESG.
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