privacy protection

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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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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What to Do If Your Identity Is Stolen

Identity theft is when someone wrongly obtains and uses personal information. It’s a growing problem in the United States and identity theft experts warn most Americans will fall victim to the crime during their lifetime. Here’s what to do if you think your personal information has been compromised: 1. Stay Calm Panic is a normal…
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The Pitfalls of In-House Shredding

What do you do with your old and expired documents? Unfortunately, many companies destroy documents in house without assessing the risks and costs. In this blog, we summarize the pitfalls of in-house shredding. Privacy Breach Exposure Mistakes happen, but if one of your employees forgets to shred documents containing personally identifiable information (PII) or protected…
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