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Privacy Regulations and Your Business

Are you familiar with the privacy regulations that affect your business? Does your company have a compliant information destruction strategy? In this blog, we summarize several federal laws and how to comply with them. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) HIPAA affects any organization storing, handling, and/or transmitting protected health information (PHI). The…
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10 Privacy Protection Tips

Businesses around the world run the risk of being attacked by cyber criminals and identity thieves. Does your company have a reliable privacy protection plan? Use the following tips to keep your organization safe: 1. Monitor Your Credit Not keeping an eye on your credit can wreck your business finances. Request your business credit report…
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Dispelling 5 Common Document-Shredding Myths

In an age of increased identity theft and expanding privacy regulations, more organizations understand the importance of shredding sensitive and confidential records than ever before. But not every organization uses best practices when destroying documents. Commonly-held misbeliefs often thwart secure shredding efforts. In this blog, we dispel five common document shredding myths. Myth 1: Keeping…
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What Are You Doing with Your Electronic Waste?

In a competitive business world, keeping up with technology is a must. But this doesn’t mean you should throw your old electronic devices in the trash. The world generates 50 million tons of electronic waste a year, contributing to our planet’s deepening environmental crisis. So how do you stay on top of your technological needs…
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Your Media Destruction Questions, Answered

Every corporate information security plan needs a final disposition solution for expired hard drives and backup tapes. But understanding media destruction best practices isn’t always easy. In this blog, we answer several common media destruction questions. Q: Am I required by law to destroy my electronic media? A: Yes. The following federal regulations set strictguidelines…
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Inside an Electronic Media Destruction Service

Do you know that it’s possible for a tech-savvy data thief to recover information from hard drives, disks and other electronic media—even if the data on these devices has been manually deleted? Furthermore, a study conducted by the National Association of Information Destruction found 40 percent of devices resold in publicly-available resale channels contained personally…
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