You may already know that one of the most effective identity theft and business fraud prevention steps your business can take is to destroy documents that contain sensitive personal and financial information. But do you know that destruction isn’t just for paper? Your old hard drives also contain confidential data.
You might be feeling confident that you’ve got a handle on your document disposal practices. After all, in today’s world, where identity theft and business fraud are on the rise, shredding old and unwanted paper records is the sensible thing to do. But do you really know where your paperwork
When it comes to choosing a shredding service provider you basically have two options: 1) Big National Company 2) Locally Owned Company Which option is best for you and your organization? Regarding option #1…Mom always said if you don’t have anything nice to say, find something nice to say. So
Unfortunately, identity theft and business fraud incidents continue to increase. Fortunately, there’s plenty you can do to protect your customers’ and employees’ information without spending a fortune. Here are several low-cost privacy protection tips to keep their information private: 1. Back Up Your Data Using malware, ransomware and other malicious
You may already know the benefits of professional paper shredding and understand how a managed document destruction solution saves you money, keeps your staff productive and prevents privacy breaches. But do you know which shredding service best suits your organization’s needs? Settling on the right shredding service requires more than