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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

Hard Drive and Document Destruction: 4 Tips for Post Tax Season

Jim Beran

Once tax season is over, many businesses take the opportunity to review their document retention schedules and destroy hard drives and documents they no longer need. It’s a good time to do it and allows you to ensure that you’re in compliance with regulations and best practices.

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Topics: Data Destruction

4 Wrong Ways to Destroy a Hard Drive Permanently

Meagan Mangold

Destroying a hard drive isn’t as easy as you might think. Even data on a drive that’s been severely damaged can sometimes still be retrieved. That’s a scary thought if your organization needs to destroy data in accordance with HIPAA or FACTA regulations.

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Topics: Data Destruction

Keep Your Company’s Reputation Safe with Uniform Destruction

Jim Beran

Security is important for every organization. It’s common for business to have systems in place to store and destroy their important documents and data according to regulatory requirements. But, even if you’re doing everything right when it comes to document destruction, you might still be leaving yourself at risk in other ways.

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Topics: Data Destruction

DOs & DON’Ts of Computer Hard Drive Destruction & Disposal

Jim Beran

What goes into destroying a computer hard drive? The truth is that the security of computer hard drive destruction is far more important than you might think. Erasing files can still leave them vulnerable to retrieval. Physically destroying your hard drives provides ultimate protection of your valuable data.

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Topics: Data Destruction

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

New Year, New Challenge: 4 Tips for Tackling Document & Media Destruction

Jim Beran

When they are kept too long or stored insecurely, your business documents and media can become more of a liability than an asset. In fact, improper destruction of data is a common mistake and it can be a costly one.

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Topics: Data Destruction

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

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

Your Practical Document Management Guide For National Clean Out Your Computer Day

Jim Beran

You swear you saved that .GIF to your hard drive for a reason — you know, that one of the cat playing checkers — but newly refreshed in the New Year you just can’t remember why.

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Topics: Data Destruction, Identity Theft

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