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June 06, 2018

Why Partner with a Professional Document Shredding Company

Legal Reasons: Businesses of all sizes and industry backgrounds have a legal obligation to secure sensitive information; this includes shredding all private records at the time of disposal. Why? There is key legislation that dictates this legal requirement and therefore companies dealing with private information on a regular basis, should be well familiarized with both […]

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May 24, 2018

Is Your Wisconsin Business Implementing Sustainable Practices?

Are you looking for more ways in which you can achieve higher sustainability levels for your organization?  The good news is that it doesn’t take a ton of planning or time to make an impact; in fact, there are several small adjustments you can make that will contribute greatly in reducing your carbon footprint. Let’s […]

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April 26, 2018

Your Small Business May be Vulnerable to Information Security Threats

Falling victim to identity theft is serious and unfortunate, but if it targets your company it can lead to substantially damaging effects. In many cases, the damage isn’t discovered until months down the road, which can be even more frustrating and potentially more difficult to recover from.  How can you prepare yourself for such a possibility? […]

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March 02, 2018

Is Your Company Compliant with Confidential Record Disposal Laws?

  Every single business collects and compiles confidential information that requires proper disposal: client lists, client correspondence, estimates, bids, price lists, sales data, intellectual property, and so on. Every business is entrusted with keeping confidential information private, as clients and employees have legal rights to the protection of this data. Today’s companies are compiling more […]

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February 13, 2018

Keep Your Office Organized and Secure in 2018! Plan a Successful Document Purge

As New Year resolutions continue, losing weight and adopting a healthier lifestyle are among the most popular resolutions with each and every New Year. When you make a commitment to yourself to be healthy and/or fit, you’re really doing your best to feel great as a person mentally, emotionally, and physically. Secure document shredding may […]

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January 22, 2018

Paper isn’t the Only Material You Should Be Shredding

Shredding sensitive records when they are no longer needed is one big and imperative step towards keeping your Muskego business protected from the threat of a data breach, leaked information, or identity theft. With that said, however, the growth of the digital age has forced us to shift our attention towards materials aside from paper. […]

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January 09, 2018

Security Considerations for Your New Business

It’s not very surprising that small companies have few security measures in place in relation to document management. This is because many are under the impression that such security measures are only needed for large corporations. Unfortunately, the opposite is actually true as these small companies are primary targets for cyber and information theft crimes. […]

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December 11, 2017

Are You Destroying All of Your Confidential Information Before Disposal?

Document shredding is now a very common practice that many businesses take part in regularly. While sensitive documents require secure shredding to ensure information remains protected, have you ever considered whether your electronic data should also be destroyed? With electronic data storage on the rise, it’s important to remember that hard drives likely contain sensitive […]

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October 26, 2017

HIPAA Certified vs. HIPAA Compliant

According to the HIPAA Security Rule, any business or organization that handles protected health information (PHI) is  required to establish and maintain appropriate administrative, physical, and technical safeguards to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and security of the protected health information (PHI). Occasionally a prospective client who handles protected health information (PHI) will ask  whether we are […]

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