We are delighted to announce that Tier 1 has been reaccredited by ADISA and we have retained the highest level certification of Distinction with Honors

What is ADISA?

The Asset Disposal & Information Security Alliance (ADISA) is a body that oversees the quality of work and data security of companies in the asset disposal and recovery industry.

The DIPCOG-recognised group was launched in 2010 with the aim of improving the quality of and overall security of services offered by companies carrying out IT disposal by constructing a set of strict standards. They assess secure asset disposal companies, such as Tier 1, by conducting unannounced full, operational and forensic audits. Their approach to auditing is multi-layered and is intended to keep companies on their toes, to ensure they are fully complying with their standards at all times.

ADISA exists to make sure that all asset disposal and information handling is done securely and properly, ensuring the safety of information of previous and future owners of recycled IT assets.

Guaranteed quality

Tier 1 has been an ADISA certified company since 2011 and we are extremely proud to have achieved and maintained a high quality of work that has met their standards since day one, resulting in us being awarded a Distinction with Honors accreditation which is ADISA’s highest level of accreditation. The Distinction with Honours certification is much-coveted within our sector, with only a handful of other companies holding the certification.

Our re-accreditation gives our clients and customers confidence that our services are of the highest possible standard, guaranteeing their data security. As an ADISA member, we take pride in being able to assure complete security and quality for our clients.

To find out more about how our services could help your business, please get in touch today on 0161 777 1000 or service@tier1.com.

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