ADISA (Asset Disposal & Information Security Alliance) is an industry accreditation scheme for companies who provide IT Asset Disposal services. The ADISA audit process is multi-layered including full audits, unannounced operational audits and forensic audits. This approach ensures ADISA certified companies continuously maintain the highest standards. There are hundreds of companies who claim to provide a secure ITAD (Information Technology Asset Disposition) service, yet only 40 companies have passed the rigorous ADISA audits. Please visit our ITAD page for more information.
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Organisations have trusted us with the buying and selling of data centre equipment for over 13 years. Our government backed accreditations, qualifications and partnerships support the principles we’ve been working towards since the beginning: quality, security and environmental management. We constantly check the condition of the products we refurbish and sell in order to ensure that our customers only receive the highest quality goods whilst continuously improving the services we offer. These internationally recognised accreditations, qualifications and partnerships aim to give assurance to current and future customers that all aspect of the way we work is constantly assessed and improved.
Techbuyer are Cyber Essentials accredited, which means we actively protect our systems and infrastructure against common cyber attacks. This accreditation demonstrates that Techbuyer takes cyber security, including customer data, very seriously and actively take steps to prevent our systems being compromised in the event of an attack.
Techbuyer’s ISO 9001 certification demonstrates our ambition to operate all areas of the business in the most efficient way possible, with the ultimate goal of ensuring complete satisfaction for our customers. This standard is recognised worldwide and gives assurance to current and future customers that our management systems are constantly assessed and approved.
Our ISO 14001 accreditation establishes Techbuyer as a credible and ethical supplier, operating to a very high degree environmentally. Our business model of refurbishing and re-deployment is already much more environmentally conscious than the paradigm of scrapping old equipment and buying new, but this accreditation confirms that our business ethos reaches right through every department and process within the organisation.
The ISO 27001 standard provides a framework for information security management best practice that helps Techbuyer protect client and employee information at all stages in the business life cycle. This internationally recognised accreditation demonstrates that Techbuyer’s management systematically examines the organisation's information security risks, taking account of the threats, vulnerabilities, and impacts; implement comprehensive information security controls and ensure that information security controls continue to meet our information security needs.
Microsoft Registered Refurbisher
The Microsoft Registered Refurbisher program enables Techbuyer to provide licensed Microsoft software on qualifying client devices. Refurbishers associated with this program are required to adhere to set standards of data erasure and environmental regulations. With these regulations in place, customers are assured that they are purchasing authentic equipment.