When dealing with sensitive information, there’s no room for mistakes. This is especially true if your business manages PHI and PII. Maintaining these records can feel like a minefield, with a seemingly endless number of laws and regulations that must be followed to a tee in order to avoid legal penalties or compliance issues. Your
With data breaches and identity theft on the rise, businesses and their customers are faced with near constant reminders about the consequences of poor data management. To counter this growing epidemic, many businesses invest heavily in security and infrastructure for their stored documents to ensure their data is protected throughout its lifecycle. However, the protocols
One of the most crucial responsibilities that any business has is to protect the confidentiality of the sensitive data in its possession. While only a small part of a larger overall data protection program, shredding unnecessary/outdated documents is one of the simplest and most effective ways to ensure that sensitive data is protected against information
One of the most critical responsibilities that a business has is protecting the sensitive data in its possession. Whether it’s proprietary business processes, internal communications, employee records, or information collected from your customers, your data is under a constant threat of theft or potential exploitation. And the consequences of such an unfortunate event should not
Whether it’s customer/client details, financial records, proprietary company information, or employee files, most organizations eventually find themselves in possession of sensitive data. More often than not, a large percentage of that data is stored on paper.