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Steve Clopton

Steve Clopton

Steve Clopton is Territory Manager for “The Greater Pensacola” market. Steve brings over 15 years of sales experience and is a native son of Pensacola. He is actively involved in the Pensacola business community serving, as an ambassador for the Pensacola Chamber of Commerce, is a proud member of Subwest Rotary club, and has recently joined Crimestoppers as a board member. In Steve’s spare time he enjoys spending time with family and friends, sports and motorcycling, and being actively involved with his church.
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The Importance of Using a NAID-Certified Vendor for Data Destruction

Steve Clopton

Do you have a data destruction schedule for your business? Even if you’re not bound by regulations such as HIPAA and FACTA, you still have a responsibility to your clients to protect their information and destroy it properly.

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Topics: Data Destruction

5 Security Questions You Should Ask Your Document Storage Provider

Steve Clopton

Document storage is not something you can afford to take lightly. Before you partner with a document storage provider to store and safeguard your most important business records, it’s important to ask a few key questions to ensure that the provider you choose has the expertise to protect them.

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3 Steps to Establishing a Record Retention Schedule

Steve Clopton

Record retention is important for every business. Depending on the industry, enterprises are required to retain a variety of documents in adherence with regulations and destroy them on a schedule. Individuals also need to think about record retention and dispose of personal information properly.

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Topics: records management

Best Practices for Health IT Data Management

Steve Clopton

Every organization that stores health and medical records on behalf of patients must adhere to HIPAA regulations. The regulations specify which records must be stored, which security measures must be taken, and when records must be destroyed.

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Topics: records management

Alleviating Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) Risks with Compliant Records Management

Steve Clopton

Every company has a responsibility to keep accurate accounts. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 dictates specific record-keeping and accounting requirements. Failure to comply with them can lead to legal penalties as well as damage to your reputation.

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Topics: records management

Ensuring Your Hard Drive Destruction is Secure and Compliant

Steve Clopton

Are you taking care to properly destroy the hard drives where you store sensitive business information? A surprising number of businesses are not, and it cost them. The average business data breach in the United States costs $7.9 million dollars in lost revenue and eroded trust.

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Topics: Data Destruction

Top 5 Reasons to Store Your Business Documents Offsite

Steve Clopton

Storing business documents is a concern for every company. Without proper storage, you run the risk of misplacing documents or losing them to water damage and other environmental hazards. And, if your company stores financial or health records, improper storage can lead to regulatory infractions.

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Topics: Records storage

Data Destruction vs Data Retention? How to Ensure Your Timing is Correct

Steve Clopton

Dealing with your company’s valuable data requires care and attention. It’s your responsibility to safeguard your clients’ privacy and adhere to any regulations that apply to the storage and destruction of the data you collect.

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Topics: Data Destruction

Do You Have a Small Business Disaster Recovery Plan?

Steve Clopton

Every small business owner knows that keeping track of essential documents is a must. In the event of a disaster, your ability to access those documents can help you stay in business even if you can’t get to your office.

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Topics: Distaster Recovery

Data Breach Threats Caused by Security Errors and Hard Drive Destruction Mistakes

Steve Clopton

Regardless of your industry, data breaches are a serious threat. Your data (and data you store on behalf of your clients) is vulnerable to attack. It’s your job to do whatever you can to protect it.

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Topics: Data Destruction

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