Protect Your Company from Electronic Threats

A single data breach can affect millions of people at once. The Advocate Health Care data breach in 2013 affected approximately 4 million people, making it the second-largest known data breach to date. The largest breach affected almost 5 million when a car stereo, GPS, and computer tapes were stolen from the car of a TRICARE Management Activity employee in 2011.

Keeping your business protected from the threat of a data breach is essential to the future of the company. Not only will you be charged with fines—you will have to pay for hundreds of hours of your employees’ time in order to resolve the issue. There is also the probability of losing a large percentage of your clients.

These costs can quickly add up, resulting in thousands (in some cases millions) lost due to inefficient security precautions. Unfortunately, it is no longer a matter of if, but more so a matter of when your business will be hit with a data breach. For this reason, it is vital for you to prevent such chaos with professional data destruction services.

Keeping Data Breach Threats at Bay

How can you safeguard your company to avoid losing an extensive amount of money due to these threats? Here are 10 tips:

While implementing some of these security measures can cost you time and money, the amount of each that you would be spending as a result of a breach is much more costly in comparison.

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Companies can end up spending millions in data breach resolution charges. Making sure that any confidential information in your possession that is past its required retention period is properly disposed of is imperative in keeping your company protected.

Shred Nations works with a network of shredding contractors throughout the United States that are ready to compete for your service, providing you with affordable rates and the utmost level of security.

For free, no-obligation quotes on data destruction services in your area, give us a call at (800) 747-3365 or fill out the form to the right.