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Answers to Your eWaste Questions

Businesses produce volumes of eWaste every day. Is your company contributing to the growing eWaste problem? In this blog, we answer your eWaste questions. Q: What is eWaste? A: Electronic waste or eWaste is the name for discarded electronic products that are unwanted or have reached the end of their lifespan. The world generates 50…
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4 Ways a One-Time Shredding Service Helps Your Business

Are accumulated documents taking over your office? Do you have an identity theft prevention plan for 2020? In this blog, we highlight several ways a one-time shredding service can help your business. Clutter Reduction Paper clutter in the office has a negative impact on employee morale, reduces workflow efficiency, and increases privacy breach risks. A…
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Answers to Your Product Destruction Questions

Sensitive information can be found on more than just paper records and electronic media. But how do you securely dispose of items that don’t fall into either category? In this blog, we answer your product destruction questions. Q: Why shouldn’t I discard outdated items in a dumpster? A: Tossing an outdated product in a dumpster…
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7 Data Security Tips for 2020

2020 is right around the corner, so now is the ideal time to revisit your data security strategy. In this blog, we offer seven tips for keeping your data safe in the New Year. Keep Sensitive Documents Out of Sight Paper records with personally identifiable information (PII) and protected health information (PHI) should always be…
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5 Tips to Keep Your Financial Information Secure

This is the time of the year where scammers and hackers are lurking to take advantage of unsuspecting people and steal their identity and financial information. Whether it’s shopping online or a phone call about insurance or another service, always be vigilant to protect your information. Scammers have gotten more and more creative at acting…
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What Should You Do If Your Identity Is Stolen?

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received 3 million identity theft and fraud reports in 2018. So, at some point, the personal or financial information of you or someone you know could be compromised. In this blog, we offer several steps to take if someone steals your identity. Contact Your Financial Institution Call your bank and/or…
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