Businesses need to protect their intellectual property. One of the easiest ways to prevent a data breach or corporate espionage is to make sure your documents are disposed of properly.

We put together a bunch of information on business document shredding and security, which includes anything from migrating to a paperless office to business documents you need to retain or shred.

4 Steps to Create a Document Destruction Policy

All companies face the dangers of leaking sensitive information. Customer information, employee information, and confidential business related information all require care and attention, especially when being disposed of. Federal laws like FACTA are in place to hold businesses responsible for the safety of the private information they handle. And...

Protecting Your Small Business with Document Destruction Services

In the United States over 24.6 million businesses are classified as “small businesses”. Independently owned and operated companies, small businesses are limited in size and revenue compared to larger businesses or corporations. Because small businesses don’t have as many resources as larger companies, security measures can often fall below...

Secure Shredding Bins: Stepping Up On Security

At its most basic, the entire purpose of paper shredding is privacy protection and information security. While the actual shredding process itself can provide this protection and peace of mind, it’s important homes and businesses don’t lose sight of document security before shredding as well. If sensitive information and...

How Long to Keep Your Records For

Considering the amount of paperwork individuals receive in their lifetime, it can be overwhelming to figure out the best way to manage so much information. Do you need to keep every piece of data that you receive? What can you simply throw away, and which documents should be properly...