Iron Mountain Speak Up : A Data Inventory Prevents Nasty Surprises
Iron Mountain Speak Up : A Data Inventory Prevents Nasty Surprises

May 25, 2018 is like a black cloud hanging over many companies. On this day, the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes the law of the land in the European Economic Area (EEA). By then, all organizations must have updated their procedures to comply with the requirements of the GDPR.



Iron Mountain Speaks Up:  Data Ethics | Iron Mountain
Iron Mountain Speaks Up: Data Ethics

Privacy and data protection form the foundation of Iron Mountain’s reputation as a trusted guardian and partner. The ethical and lawful treatment of data is fundamental to who we are as a company and to our value in the marketplace.


Cyber Security- Sotiria Moskofidou | Iron Mountain
Iron Mountain Speaks Up
Cyber Security: The importance of conducting exercises

As an integral part of Iron Mountain’s Business Continuity program, we continually focus on identifying and mitigating new and emerging risks, with the ultimate goal of improving our resiliency. Not surprisingly, Cyber risk has climbed to the top of the list, not only for Iron Mountain but for companies of all sizes.


Introducing Iron Mountain Speaks Up | Iron Mountain
Introducing Iron Mountain Speaks Up

At Iron Mountain we pride ourselves on being a trusted guardian and partner to our customers. It’s a mission that defines us, and its impact is felt in everything we do across all layers of our organisation.


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IT asset disposition: A necessary part of GDPR compliance

Topics: ITAD (IT Asset Disposition) | Data Management

Many organisations that keep or process personal data of EU citizens are hard at work trying to reach the May, 2018 compliance deadline for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Yet, despite these efforts, a large number of organisations remain far from ready. Many also remain unaware of the need for GDPR compliance at the far side of their asset life cycle: namely, the point of IT asset disposition (ITAD).