Identity theft is becoming a more common occurrence every single day. It takes place when someone steals your personal information and uses it without your authorization. This includes your social security number, credit card numbers, bank account numbers, personal medical information, and even your name and address.Continue reading How to Prevent Identity Theft
Do you store sensitive data in paper files? If so, we have a question for you: What do you do with those papers when you no longer need them? If you are like most people, you probably just throw them in the trash bin and forget about them, right? Well, here what you don’t know. Those papers can be used to steal your identity or your customers’ personal information. Customer lists, credit card information, payroll records, and any other sensitive document should be shredded. This will help keep your data secure and prevent identity theft.Continue reading How Shredding Companies Prevent Data Security Problems
Identity theft can cause you all sorts of serious problems. If you feel you are a victim of it, it is important for you to protect yourself. Here are some of the most effective ways you can do this:Continue reading Protecting Yourself Against Identity Theft
Despite the numerous advances in security developments and creating awareness to curb cybercrime, hackers still come with ways to breakthrough. The ever-increasing identity theft crisis continues to terrorize people from all across the world. The worst part is that you might be a victim of identity theft unknowingly. The longer the thief remains unnoticed, the more funds they might accumulate using your identity without your knowledge. So, how do you tell that you are a victim of identity theft?Continue reading How To Check If You Are A Victim Of Identity Theft
There are many benefits associated with storing critical data in the cloud. For example, you can prevent it from being damaged onsite in a fire or other destructive event. You may be able to store it without the need to take up valuable physical space in your office, and you can easily access it or search through it from any location where you have an Internet connection. However, despite these and other incredible benefits, many businesses have not yet migrated into the cloud. A primary concern relates to the security of data.
The shredded paper that residence shred may be surprised to know that that even though they are placing shredded paper with the recyclable paper, the shredded paper does not get shredded. It gets incinerated. The reason is because the County does not have the machinery to bale the small shreds of paper. If you give us your shredded paper, we will take the paper to a certified paper recycler where the paper is baled and sent to a recycling center to make new product..
Criminals and competitors can and will search for your information in order to steal from you. Destroy all personal documents by shredding them before disposal.
The wonderful thing about on site shredding is that everyone who has their documents shredded are so happy. They feel safe that everything has been shredded before their very eyes.
It is important to securely destroy all confidential information regardless of whether it originates at a residence or business. Being able to watch your infortmation being shredded insures that your information was securely destroyed.
Once documents leave your location you can never be sure how they are handled or who may have access to them. The Chain of Custody remains intact with on-site shredding. There are no third or fourth parties involved with on-site shredding.