Data Security

  • What Type of Electronic Data Destruction Do You Need?

    There’s no denying the importance of strict and thorough data destructions policies and procedures for businesses.  You must comply with federal, state, and local privacy laws designed to protect consumer data, as well as any applicable industry regulations that expand upon these protections, such as HIPAA and FACTA. Of course, these laws are complex and […]

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  • Data Wiping and Hard Drive Reformatting: What’s the Difference?

    When you upgrade to new computer equipment and dispose of older models, you may be resigned to simply shredding hard drives and recycling whatever you can.  After all, you want to behave responsibly, protect your company and your customers, and comply with privacy laws and industry regulations regarding data security. What if you didn’t have […]

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  • Information Security Risks: How Many Can You Spot in the Workplace?

    If asked about data security in your office, you might be inclined to talk about your robust firewall, antivirus software, password protection protocols, encryption, and even network maintenance and monitoring.  Unfortunately, a simple review of your office setting could reveal some glaring gaps when it comes to information security. If you’re unaware of risk factors […]

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  • On-Site vs Off-Site Hard Drive Shredding

    Which is better? Shredding hard drives offsite or onsite at your location. While both types of shredding services offer protection, they are not necessarily equal. Onsite ShreddingMobile hard drive and media destruction, or onsite shredding, is when a hard drive shredding company brings a mobile shredding truck to your location, collects your devices, and shreds […]

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  • Electronic Data Destruction: What Type Do You Need?

    The ways in which we collect and store data have changed dramatically over the last few decades, thanks to computer and online technologies.  This has allowed for increasing opportunities to garner beneficial data, but has also required growing reliance on protective measures to keep sensitive data from falling into the wrong hands. As a responsible […]

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  • What Is Data Wiping and Why Do You Need It?

    The word “data” may be small, but its definition and the way data is used in our day-to-day lives is anything but. Data is, in essence, information that has been translated and stored into a computing device in a way that is efficient for processing purposes. It encompasses a wide range of facts and figures; […]

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  • Mobile Hard Drive Shredding

    Why Shred Hard Drives Onsite? When businesses go through computer refresh cycles, they must decide what to do with the old computer equipment they will no longer be using. With today’s data security legislation, environmental requirements, and malicious hackers waiting for you to make a mistake, companies can no longer afford to just throw away […]

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  • 5 Tips to Help You Effectively Dispose of Your End of Life Data Assets

    Modern business owners certainly understand the importance of cyber security and the potential harm from data breaches.  While attacks on mega-corporations make headlines, there are also tons of small and midsize business hacks that nobody hears about. The problem is that most businesses focus on keeping data safe for the purposes of storage or sharing, […]

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  • How Recycling IT Equipment Could Lead to a Security Breach

    As fast as technology advances these days, companies often find themselves struggling to keep up.  A solid strategy involves choosing the right hardware and software solutions that are going to last for years to come with appropriate integration and updates, and even seeking custom solutions.  However, you are going to reach a point where you […]

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