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hard drive shreddingSecuris franchise owners George Parks and Daniel Dodd, who own and operate the data destruction and electronics recycling facility in Baltimore, Maryland were interviewed by Technical.ly Baltimore. In the article, Parks discusses hard drive destruction methods, company mission, and the importance of data security.

“We’re an ultra-secure, environmentally responsible data disposition, data destruction and e-recycler,” Parks said. “We take care of hard drives, computers laptops, anything that’s an IT asset for companies and we destroy the hard drives through a shredding process, they send the equipment to be broken down.”

Securis’ Baltimore, MD location performs projects for The Social Security Administration, Aberdeen Proving Ground, and provides work under contract for the large military contractor General Dynamics. With 50 million tons of e-waste being generated per year, and only 15% of it being recycled, Parks and Dodd are providing a much-needed service to public and private sector companies and agencies.

Parks’ and Dodd’s Securis franchise provides data destruction and computer recycling to Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Harford County and Cecil County, Dundalk, Middle River, Towson, Edgewood, Belair, Essex, Pikesville, Woodlawn, Milford Mill, and more. 

Contact information:

8841 Kelso Drive
Baltimore, Maryland 21221

P: 443-743-3344
E: MD01@Securis.com
Learn More 

Read the full Technical.ly article.

About Securis

Originally founded as Securis in 2000 and based in the Washington, DC-metro area, Securis is an industry-leading provider of information technology asset disposal (ITAD), including ultra-secure electronics recycling, auditing, hard drive shredding and other data destruction services for PCs, laptops, mobile phones, servers, monitors, copiers, printers and other data storage devices and electronics waste.  In 2012 and 2013, the company was named to the Inc. 500/5000 list as one of the fastest growing private companies in the United States.

Securis has earned an R2 certification, the leading standard for the electronics recycling industry, ensuring practices that protect the environment, human health, safety and the security of the recycling process.  Additionally, Securis is approved by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) and certified by National Association of Information Destruction (NAID) as well as the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Logistics Information Service.

Securis is 100% compliant with all U.S. federal, state, and local data security and environmental regulations, covering all business sectors, including financial services, healthcare, government contractors and government agencies.

For more information, please visit www.securisfranchise.com.

MD Franchise Owner’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

ALS association Thursday, August 21, we participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

That day, we were pleased to see that this incredible movement had raised $41.8 million.

Today, just four days later, The ALS Association reports having received $79.7 million in donations this year.

Let’s keep it going!

After being tagged by Securis founder and president Jeremy Farber in the ALS #icebucketchallenge last week, franchise owner Jorge Neyra, participated at his Laurel, MD facility.

Who did Jorge tag? Watch to find out!

The Central Maryland data destruction and electronics recycling location services Prince George County, Anne Arundel County, Annapolis, Charles County, Waldorf, St. Mary’s County, Ft. Meade, Bowie, and more. 

Securis and the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Completed Challenge

Over the past few weeks, you’ve likely seen colleagues, friends, and celebrities dump a bucket of ice water over their heads in the name of charity. The idea behind the contest is that when challenged, each person has 24 hours to dump a bucket of ice over his head and then donate at least $10 to the ALS Association (the nonprofit organization researching treatments and a cure). Those who do not accept the challenge donate $100 to the charity. As of today, the New York Times reports that the ALS Association has received $41.8 million in donations since July 29.

Securis is always pleased to support an important cause and was excited to join Michael Jordan, Mark Zuckerberg, and Taylor Swift in this challenge. Today, Securis founder and president, Jeremy Farber, along with EVP of Sales Dan Mattock completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

Who did Jeremy and Dan challenge? See below to find out! If it’s you, and you accept, please send us your videos, or tag us on Facebook or Twitter #IceBucketChallenge.

Jeremy challenges Bob Johnson, founder and CEO of the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID), and each Securis Franchise Owner.


Dan challenges Bobbie Kilberg, from NVTC, Evan Weisel from Welz & Weisel Communications, and John Wood of Telos.