Compliance

  • How Hard Drive Shredding Can Help You Remain Compliant

    There are all kinds of laws to govern how business is conducted.  There are laws designed to protect the environment, employees, and of course, consumers.  Along those lines, your business will have to comply with a variety of privacy laws meant to protect sensitive consumer data and prevent identity theft. There are privacy laws at […]

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  • Quick IT Liquidation Tips for Businesses

    Every business is going to face situations in which some amount of liquidation is necessary.  Maintaining steady cash flow is an essential component in running a successful operation.  While a lot can be done on credit these days, you still need to keep the lights on, so to speak.  At the very least, you have […]

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  • Essential Components of Your ITAD Solution

    IT asset disposition, or ITAD, is a crucial part of any company’s digital security plan.  Unfortunately, many businesses don’t give ITAD the same attention as setting up digital data protections like firewalls, antivirus programs, encryption, monitoring, and so on.  While it is important to keep current, usable data safe, it doesn’t eliminate the need to […]

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  • Electronic Data Destruction and the Chain of Custody

    When you decide to upgrade to new hardware and get rid of outdated computer equipment, it is essential that you do so in keeping with all applicable environmental and privacy laws, so as to protect yourself, your clients, and the environment.  This means developing policies and working with partners that create a clear chain of […]

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  • How and Why You Need to Create a Remote Work Policy for Your Business

    The remote workforce is growing in leaps and bounds.  Many workers enjoy the luxury of working from home, managing their own time, and avoiding a lengthy daily commute.  Employers who use a remote workforce can reduce the expense of office space and utilize contract workers instead of adding to their overhead with the salaries and […]

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  • HIPAA ALERT: HHS Issued Guidelines on e-Device Disposal

    The United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently issued guidance on how to properly dispose of electronic devices to prevent data breaches. Healthcare organizations are prime targets for data breaches. Often times, detailed security plans are put in place to protect networks from online vulnerabilities, but they fail to cover offline equipment with […]

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  • Risk Mitigation for Data Asset Destruction

    There are known risks to storing data in digital formats.  If your firewall isn’t robust, your password protections are weak, you’ve decided to forego encryption, and so on, you place yourself at risk of data breach, identity theft, and damage to your customers and your company. What you might not realize is all the risks […]

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  • Using a Hard Drive Shredder: 4 Common Mistakes to Avoid

    The migration to digital data is still underway, but by now, most businesses prefer the convenience and space-saving benefits of storing data on hard drives rather than keeping filing cabinets and storage warehouses full of paper records.  The caveat, of course, is that business owners have to take steps to keep digital data safe. In […]

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  • Checklist for Schools: Equipment Recycling & Resale

    Tips for Retiring, Recycling and Reselling School Computer Equipment In order to protect students and staff, schools must comply with privacy laws like the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). This means finding a responsible and secure solution when it’s time to replace outdated school computers and equipment. Using a responsible data security and […]

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