Threat Detection and Verification for IT Asset Disposal
Veridy empowers organizations to detect, investigate and stop IT asset disposition threats.
Ransomware is all over the news right now. But it’s not just gaps in your firewall that these hackers are looking for; it’s your old computer equipment.
Technicians take assets. Computer recyclers lie.
Unethical asset managers sweep problems under the rug. People naturally avoid self-reporting facts that could make them look bad.
Bad actors ruin it for the rest of us.
Trust-based IT asset disposition (ITAD) not only increases risk of ransomware and data breaches, it guarantees you won’t know about any problems until it’s too late.
Trust-based ITAD programs are designed to keep you in the dark. Vendors shield themselves from liability by failing to disclose serious problems.
ITAD vendors have a dirty secret they don’t want you to know because their business is based on trust.
The truth is, trust-based ITAD is a vulnerability because it…
- Fails to prevent or detect incidents until it is too late
- Exposes your organization to more significant fines and penalties
- Lets vendors off the hook while you’re left holding the bag
Trust is a luxury today’s organizations can’t afford.
That’s exactly why the Zero-Trust security model is the go-to framework for network security.
But the Zero-Trust model isn’t just effective in combating modern cyber threats — it’s also the cornerstone of an effective IT asset disposition strategy.
Zero Trust. 100% Accountability.
The maker of Veridy, Retire-IT, began with a mission: Provide proof, not a promise. Retire-IT has been providing Zero-Trust IT asset disposal for 18 years.
Retire-IT’s technology-enabled process has helped over 1,000 organizations successfully managed more than 10,000 projects.
Retire-IT’s battle-tested technology is now available to help any organization detect threats.
Reach out to us to learn more and take back control.