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Summer’s Here & So Are the Scams

ID Fraud Schemes & Scams to Watch for this Summer Things are finally getting back to normal this summer and folks around the country are on the move. Whether it’s summer vacations, moving to a new home or getting a new job, there’s a lot to look forward to—but at the same time, ID thieves…
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Could Your Confidential Documents End Up in Another Country?

Here’s how it could happen Did you know that paper is one of the most widely recycled materials in the world? This fact, and the fact that Americans use approximately 85 million tons of paper each year is the reason everyone needs to be cautious about what they are throwing into the trash and what…
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Does your business need a monthly shredding service?

Key considerations for companies of all sizes Whether your organization is small or large, you are no doubt still using paper and storing certain documents onsite. And while we often hear of breaches occurring where digital data is stolen, the threat of confidential documents being compromised continues and is a viable risk for most businesses.…
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Residential Shredding: The Ideal Solution for Work from Home Document Disposal

Top Ways to Keep Your Company Secure If your company has employees who are working remotely, you may be on the lookout for ways to ensure your company data stays secure. And although you may maintain a lot of data digitally, there are still many documents that are being printed and stored at home. Work…
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Top Ways to Keep Personnel Records Secure

Protect Confidential Staff Information As an employer, you collect and keep a myriad of personal information about your staff. From social security numbers and birth dates to addresses, bank account numbers for direct deposit, medical information and more, it’s your responsibility that your team’s private information is managed and maintained securely. Here are the top…
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What Should Go in Your Secure Shredding Bins?

And What Shouldn’t. Once you’ve made the decision to partner with a shredding company to protect your organization against ID theft and security breaches, it’s important to manage your documents properly. A key part of this is knowing what should go in your secure shredding bins and what shouldn’t. Take a look: What should go…
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Where Should Your Secure Shredding Containers Be Placed?

Tips on Best Placement in Your Workplace Once you’ve partnered with a shredding and destruction provider, you will want to ensure that you are placing your secure collection bins in the appropriate locations throughout your workplace. Proper placement of these bins is a key step in keeping your company safe from security breaches and corporate…
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What’s the FACTA Disposal Rule?

And What Happens if Your Business is not Compliant? The FACTA disposal rule was established in 2003 as an amendment to the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Reporting Act. It was created to protect consumers from ID theft by enacting rules on how their information can be shared and disposed of. If you’re running a…
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Startling Facts & Risks About Your Company’s Security

How Shredding Can Reduce Risks Running a successful business is a lot of work and keeping your company safe from security breaches and corporate ID theft takes diligence. Paperwork, documents and files that are stored within the workplace can pose a risk if not managed, maintained and destroyed appropriately. Leaving sensitive information out in the…
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Secure Product Destruction Is Crucial to Your Business

What, Why & How to Ensure Safe Destruction Every company has items that are exclusive to their business, whether it’s the products you produce, manufacture and/or distribute or your company’s staff-IDs, key cards, uniforms, name tags, or anything else that is proprietary in nature. It’s these items that can cause a security risk if they…
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