Dawn Connelly

Ho Ho Ho Merry Data Breach

The holidays are here! The biggest shopping season of the year. It also happens to be the biggest time for data breaches. This holiday shopping season marks the one year anniversary of Target’s data breach where up to 110 million people had their personal information stolen. To date, there are no arrests in that case. A…
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Keeping Files Past Their Usefulness Is Risky Business

Did you know that keeping old files and data past their useful life is a significant liability for you and your business? Data goes from being an asset to a liability once it is kept past its required retention time period. You can click here to learn more about applicable retention periods. Keeping old files…
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Want to Attract Loyal Customers? Host A Shred Day!

Local businesses, municipalities and larger corporations are increasingly partnering with mobile shredding companies to host “Shred Days.” These events are used for customer appreciation, grand openings, and generally to earn respect and credibility from customers by protecting their information with on-site document shredding. There are several reasons why these events are gaining in popularity. The…
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Free Community Shred Day A Success!

By all accounts, last weekend’s Free Community Shred Day was a big success. The event was hosted by the Arati Hammond Real Estate Team of Re/MAX of Stuart and held at Hidden Oaks Middle School in Palm City. 100% of the donations raised went to the school.  The event was free and open to the…
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5 Tips To Protect Your Business From a Data Breach

Did you hear? Home Depot is the latest retailer to experience a data breach. Home Depot admitted that over 2,000 stores have been hacked and 60 million customers are expected to have been affected by the breach. Consumers are becoming leery of shopping and with good reason. In the past year we have seen data…
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HIPAA Audits Are Coming…Are You Ready?

It’s here! As of September 2013, hospitals, physicians, healthcare providers, and anyone in the medical community (all “covered entities”) must comply with the HIPAA Omnibus Final Rule. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has strengthened the privacy and security for health information established under what most of us know as HIPAA (Health…
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When It Comes to Hard Drives, Delete Means It Can Be Retrieved

Have you ever donated an old computer, sold it on eBay, or left it at the curb to get picked up with the trash? Maybe you even deleted everything on the hard drive. With a little expertise, those deleted files can be retrieved. “When retiring a hard drive, physical destruction makes information inaccessible” said Simson…
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Extreme Recycling Event a Success!

All Points Mobile Shredding participated in the Extreme Recycling Roundup for Martin County on Saturday May 17, 2014. The event was held at the Martin County Fairgrounds and invited residents to bring personal documents to be shredded on-site by All Points Mobile Shredding for free. It was also an opportunity for residents to recycle potentially…
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Florida Enacts New Data Protection Law

Florida has a new rule in town! As the drum roll of data breaches occurring everywhere has gotten louder and louder, Florida decided to bolster its data protection laws. On June 30, 2014, Florida Governor Rick Scott signed the Florida Information Protection Act of 2014 (FIPA). Its provisions become law effective July 1, 2014. FIPA expands data…
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