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Is your child already a victim of identity theft?

It can happen the minute they’re born. You’re a parent. So it’s only natural for you to worry. And usually, it’s the basic, everyday concerns that keep us on our toes—like ensuring they’re eating right, they’re healthy and they’re doing well in school. But for most parents, especially those of young children, tweens and teenagers,…
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On-Site Shredding: The Better Option

Individuals and businesses have a difficult decision to make when choosing between on-site shredding and off-site shredding. It’s hard to make that choice when you don’t know the upsides and downsides of each option. One of the biggest considerations is whether to sacrifice a little extra money to ensure your safety and security. On-site shredding…
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Your Top Secrets Are Stored In Your Printer!

Most people are aware of the need to shred their important documents and keep their computers secure. What most people don’t know is that digital photocopiers, scanners and multi-function printers have hard drives that store all of the information that passes through them. Modern technology has made huge advancements and this once simple technology has…
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Free Community Shred Day tomorrow Saturday October 17, 2015 from 9am-11am

All Points Mobile Shredding is proud to be teaming up with the Bessey Creek Elementary PTA to offer a Free Community Shred Day tomorrow Saturday October 17, 2015 from 9am-11am. Peyton McCaughey and his family were cleared to return to their home after it was tented for termites in August. The family soon became ill…
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$750,000 HIPAA Settlement Serves As Warning to Medical Practices

A cancer care physicians group was just fined $750,000 for HIPAA violations when an employee’s lap top was stolen. This hefty fine serves as a wake up call to all small to mid size health care providers and their business associates.   The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Civil Rights (OCR)…
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Top 7 Ways To Make 2015 Your Most Productive Year Yet

Another new year brings with it a fresh canvas to paint your goals and dreams for 2015.   But, as January rolls into February, many of us find our resolve fading and it just becoming another year we try to stay above water. There are proven tactics you can take to ensure that 2015 is…
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Biggest Breaches of 2014

The year 2104 was one for the records! Record breaches that is. Many experts say 2014 will go down as the “year of the breach.” It is estimated that cyber crime costs the global economy 400 billion dollars annually. Here are the top data breaches of 2014 eBay The online auction site discovered a breach it initially…
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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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