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Cybercrimes and COVID-19

Staying Safe While Staying Home A mandate made by the government has required most of us to stay home to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus. And while social distancing is meant to decrease the odds that you’ll become a victim of COVID-19, it’s increasing the instances of cybercrimes, especially for those using videoconferencing…
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The Coronavirus and Your Taxes

Increased Risk of Tax Refund Theft As we all navigate through these difficult times, the last thing any of us want to think about is doing our taxes. Tax season is typically a stressful time of year for many folks, and now, as the world fights the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s even more trying. But thankfully,…
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ID Theft & Fraud Increases Amid the Coronavirus

Thieves Exploit Vulnerabilities Created by the Pandemic As if we all didn’t have enough to worry about, the Coronavirus that is sweeping the world has opened up opportunities for ID thieves and scammers to take advantage of unsuspecting people. While we are all attached to our screens, keeping up to date on the latest developments…
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Could Your Private Documents End Up in a Landfill?

Why This is Dangerous & How to Prevent It One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, right? But the last thing you want is for someone to obtain discarded documents containing your private information. If you’re like most people, you’ve thrown away or recycled papers that have your name on them. Some documents may even…
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What’s a security breach going to cost my company?

The effects of a cyber attack you may not know exist Businesses are affected by data breaches everyday. The ones that hit national and international companies are publicized all over the news and social media. Everything from the loss of client’s personal information to the latest hack on Google that left Google Photo users wondering…
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The Weakest Link in Your Company’s Information Security

What it is may surprise you. Like all businesses, you have a plan and process in place to protect your company against breaches and data theft. But all security measures and plans, even the most brilliantly devised ones, have a weakest link. When it comes to your business’ confidential data, including company and customer information,…
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What are Secure Shredding Bins?

How can they protect my business? Any business, no matter what the industry, can become a victim of a security breach. That’s why all businesses need a plan and a process for the disposal of confidential files, documents and materials. No matter the volume of paperwork, each and every document that contains information like account…
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How to Dispose of Obsolete Medical Records

Why proper disposal is critical The disposal of patient records is regulated both on a state and federal level and every healthcare provider must adhere to these mandates to ensure compliance. The federal law HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) enacted in 1996 addresses the use and disclosure of patient’s health information. The goal,…
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How Product Destruction Can Protect Your Brand

Outdated, recalled, faulty merchandise should be shredded Merchandise that’s no longer viable or outdated products that display your brand can pose a risk to your company if left in the marketplace. Products that did not pass quality control standards, damaged items and even overstocked merchandise should not be thrown away carelessly or recycled because they…
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Disposing of Old Police & Security Guard Uniforms

Proper uniform destruction & why they can’t go to landfills Imagine what could happen if old police and security guard uniforms fell into the wrong hands. Today, many dishonest folks attempt to impersonate police officers, firefighters and other authority figures. They do this to gain entrance into people’s homes or workplaces and to commit a…
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