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ITAD Horror Stories

ITAD Horror Stories

Proper IT asset disposition is imperative for your business. Without a secure chain of custody, millions of people’s sensitive data can be stolen and sold into the wrong hands. When data becomes compromised, it can lead to millions or even billions of dollars in lawsuits and the breach of human privacy. There are numerous companiesRead more

Data Destruction – Security Standards and Certifications Defined (Part 2)

Data Destruction – Security Standards and Certifications Defined (Part 2)

October 2014 marks the 11th year of “Cyber Security Awareness Month” as declared by the Department of Homeland Security in cooperation with the National Cyber Security Alliance and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center. To support this initiative to defend the American infrastructure against cyber-attacks, we have decided to continue to educate our customersRead more

Data Destruction – Security Standards and Certifications Defined (Part 1)

Data Destruction – Security Standards and Certifications Defined (Part 1)

Our certified data destruction has a lot of certifications that, well, may seem overwhelming to those of you who don’t know a whole lot (or anything, for that matter) about data destruction certifications or data sanitization methods. If you are like most people, you will feel more at ease when seeing that the “U.S. DepartmentRead more

How to Easily Avoid a Crippling Data Breach

How to Easily Avoid a Crippling Data Breach

What do Jimmy John’s, Home Depot, Target, Neiman Marcus, and Michael’s all have in common? All of these major companies have admitted to having a large data breach in the past year, with the most recent being Jimmy John’s on September 25th. Combined, these data breaches have amounted to sensitive data exposure of around 200Read more

Does Your Data have an Expiration Date?

Does Your Data have an Expiration Date?

In today’s data driven world, it is more important than ever to secure and protect the confidential information of your company and the clients you serve. To ensure that confidential information remains protected, you must first understand what data you have, and why it is confidential. This can be accomplished by classifying the data. RecognizingRead more

Your Data Classification Policy v. Your Stakeholders

Your Data Classification Policy v. Your Stakeholders

Classified data isn’t just for spy movies. Implementing a data classification policy for your company is an effective strategy for protecting your data from falling into the wrong hands. The basic concept of data classification is to categorize your data by the level of protection required to keep confidential company information safe. Once categorized, youRead more

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