Professional Associations Member
As a leading data recovery provider, we show our commitment to our clients by maintaining relationships with a number of highly respected organizations.
Secure Data Recovery Services is a member of the following associations:
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
In order to successfully recover data from hard drives and other devices, we depend on a creative, experienced engineering team. As a member of IEEE, the world's largest association for electronics engineers, our teams can attend conferences, undergo additional education and contribute to publications. The IEEE also promotes the development of new technologies, which is an important component of our success.
The Information Systems Security Association (ISSA)
Information security is incredibly important in the data recovery industry. As a member of the ISSA, we regularly network with other professionals that value cybersecurity to manage risks and to introduce better security controls. Secure Data Recovery Services was the first hard drive data recovery provider to earn SSAE 18 Type II certification, and through our security credentials and ISSA membership, we show our commitment to protecting our clients' confidentiality.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics EngThe PPA has 25,000 members. With a presence in more than 50 countries, it is the world's largest non-profit professional photography association. Secure Data Recovery Services provides flash media recovery, hard drive data recovery and other services for the PPA at reduced rates through our network of offices.
Association of Computer Repair Business Owners (ACRBO)
A major trade association with more than 4,000 members, ACRBO aids the growth of the computer repair industry through networking events and by supplying educational tools to consumers. The association also promotes ethics and social responsibility among its members.
For more information on our memberships or to start a case, call our customer service team today at 1-800-388-1266.