End-of-Life Data Concerns Could Cost Companies a Lot

Implementing IT hardware upgrades is an exciting, if harrowing process.  On the one hand, upgrading to new servers, computers, hard drives, or other modern equipment can help to increase efficiency and security.  On the other hand, you’re left with a load of old equipment that must be dealt with appropriately. If you own outdated equipment, […]

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What is a Certificate of Destruction?

As a responsible business owner, you naturally want to do all you can to protect confidential customer data and comply with all applicable consumer privacy laws, as well as any industry regulations (HIPAA, FACTA, etc.) that affect your company.  However, like many aspects of business operations, you may have to outsource your data destruction and […]

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COVID-19 Data Breach in South Dakota Under FBI Investigation

Data breaches are nothing new, with companies large and small under attack across the U.S., and the world.  According to Norton, 2019 saw an estimated 3,800 data breaches disclosed, leaving over 4.1 billion records exposed.  Some of the largest breaches impacted financial institutions, entertainment outlets, government entities, and healthcare agencies, among other industries. In 2020, we’ve already […]

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