The Benefits of On-Site Document Destruction

In-house shredding is a cumbersome, risk laden, and costly process, which makes having your documents professionally destroyed a no-brainer. Some paper shredding companies offer several service options tailored to your business needs, including document destruction on-site at your business. Here are the benefits of on-site document destruction. Time and Cost Savings On-site document destruction saves […]

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2 Surefire Ways to Protect Patients from Medical Identity Theft

Safeguarding patient health information has never been more important. Medical record theft is on the rise across the globe and health care records now fetch more on the black market than stolen credit card data. Beyond the financial cost to its victims, medical identity theft can also result in serious and long-lasting emotional damage. Here […]

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Knowing Which Documents to Store and Which to Destroy

When you’re faced with a giant pile of documents, it can be difficult knowing what to do with them. Some should be kept for several years, and others permanently. Then there are all the outdated files that have to be dealt with. Here are several tips for knowing what to store and what to destroy. […]

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Low-Tech Ways Thieves Steal Business and Personal Information

Online identity theft and business fraud continues to plague our business and personal lives, with thieves hacking into financial networks and using malicious codes and phishing schemes to steal information. But not all criminals use computers to gain access to sensitive and confidential information. Here are several low-tech methods thieves use to steal valuable information. […]

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The Risks of DIY Information Destruction

A “do-it-yourself” (DIY) philosophy can be a great way to cut costs. But relying on a DIY approach for every business task could expose your company to unforeseen risks. Paper shredding is a perfect example. Here we discuss the risks of—and an alternative to—DIY destruction. Lost Time and Money Having your employees shred confidential information […]

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What to Include in Your Information Destruction Plan

Every business has confidential and sensitive information that eventually needs to be destroyed, including: Correspondence Expired contracts and agreements Employment applications Sales proposals and marketing materials Financial statements Tax records Invoices, receipts and bills A documented information destruction plan ensures your records are destroyed promptly, properly and according to the law. Here are several things […]

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