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Using the media shredder and hard disk crusher

Purposes

  • The media shredder and hard disk crusher are installed and operated at the Shinanomachi ITC as requested by the Personal Information Protection Management Section in order to thoroughly discard media on which personal information is recorded by a method stipulated in article 31 of the Keio University Personal Information Projection Regulation in order to protect personal information by preventing the leakage or loss of personal information that is no longer needed.

Introduction

  • Place of use
  • Authorized users
    • Faculty members, staff and students of Keio University
  • Media and hard disks that can be accepted
    • Media or hard disks recording personal information
    • This equipment can be used only to dispose of media or hard disks which are the property of Keio University or on which faculty members or students of Keio University have recorded information related to Keio University.
  • Use procedures
    • This equipment can be used after filling in the [Recording Media Disposal Notification] and submitting it to the Shinanomachi ITC.
    • You can either download and use the above [Recording Media Disposal Notification] from here, or obtain it at the Shinanomachi ITC.
    • Please bring your personal ID to the Shinanomachi ITC counter.
      
      Proof of identification Students ・Student ID card (Keio University)
      Faculty
      and
      staff members

      Please present one of the following:

      ・ID card issued by Shinanomachi Office of Human Resources Management (only valid at Shinanomachi)
      ・Faculty/staff ID card (Keio University)
      ・Driver's license (Japanese)
      ・Driving history certificate (issued after April 1, 2012)
      ・Passport
      ・Health insurance card
      ・Residence card

      ※My Number cards are not accepted

  • Other
    • Please use it by each individual who submitted the notification form. (You cannot perform proxy procedures.)
    • If you wish to dispose of a large quantity of media, please contact the Shinanomachi ITC (internal line: 62753) in advance.

About the media shredder

  • Model
    • M500
  • Types of media that can be processed by the media shredder
    • CD
    • DVD
  • How to use the media shredder
    1. Please bring the notification form to Shinanomachi ITC.
    2. Please remove the label. * The machine may break down.
    3. Turn on the power and insert the media one by one into the insertion slot on the top of the main unit.
    4. Turn off the power after shredding.


Using the hard disk crusher

DATA KILLER

  • Model
    • DATA KILLER DMA-30000X
  • Types of hard disks that the hard disk crusher can process
    • B5 / A4 HDD with built-in laptop computer
    • HDD (including thick HDD)
    • Open reel
    • LTO
    • DAT
    • DLT
    • VHS

    Please contact us for others.

  • Usage procedure
    1. Please bring the notification form to Shinanomachi ITC.
    2. Please erase the data on the hard disk with Shinanomachi ITC staff according to the manual.
    3. The erased hard disk cannot be disposed of at Shinanomachi ITC. Please come to pick it up.

Please note that a hard disk which has been processed by the hard disk crusher cannot be used again.


HDD Physical Destroyer

  • Model
    • HDD Physical Destroyer DB-50Pro
  • Types of hard disks that the hard disk crusher can process
    • 2.5 inch, 3.5 inch hard disk (thickness 1.6 inch = 41 mm or less)
    • 5 inch M / O caddy (cartridge)
    • DVD caddy (cartridge)
    • BD / CD / DVD alone
    • 5 inch, 3.5 inch M / O disc
    • 3.5 inch floppy disk

    Please contact us for others.

  • Usage procedure
    1. Please bring the notification form to Shinanomachi ITC.
    2. We will keep your hard disk at Shinanomachi ITC.
    3. Shinanomachi ITC staff will erase the data on your hard disk.
    4. The erased hard disk cannot be disposed of at Shinanomachi ITC. Please come to pick it up.

Please note that a hard disk which has been processed by the hard disk crusher cannot be used again.


Links to personnel information protection related pages

Last-Modified: March 25, 2022

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