Security is top priority for any company that handles sensitive documents that contain personal or critical business information.

We offer insight on how security plays a role in all our shredding services, and some of the best reasons to make sure you select the right shredding company and protect the documents in your office through every step of your document management plan.

Viruses, Hackers, and Other Electronic Threats: Are You Prepared?

With the advent of digital technologies and information has come a period of great advancement in business. The use of more accessible and organized electronic systems for managing information brought with it massive growth across the spectrum of business functions—stretching from improved work efficiency and productivity all the way...

Look for a Certificate of Destruction

Proper document destruction has become an increasingly important step in keeping a business up and moving without hitting unnecessary bumps in the road. As security breaches are becoming more advanced and more frequent, businesses are choosing to hire professionals to help them safely dispose of documents that are no...

Avoid Violating Chain of Custody

Everyone who is running a business hopes to see their company thrive, and in order to make that happen, they must use certain strategies to help them be successful. One mistake that many companies run into is not treating their documents as delicately as they should. Keeping documents safe...

Is Drop Off Shredding Really Secure?

The number one question about drop off shredding is, is it really secure? Some people are hesitant to leave their confidential documents somewhere and not see their documents shredded in person. However, there is no reason to fret. All of our drop off shredding locations offer 100% security. When you...

Risks of In-House Shredding

While it may seem that shredding your documents in-house is a secure option that is not the case. Some people say that they can only trust their employees with sensitive information. The problem is that there is a lack of accountability for shredding documents in most offices. The brutal...

The Importance of Secure Shredding Containers

Securely storing documents before they can be successfully destroyed is as important as ever when data breaches and identity theft that has become commonplace in today’s society. Many individuals and companies are faced with tough questions when it comes to how they are securing anything with personal information on...

Should You Be Worried About Off Site Shredding?

When it comes to disposing of your important documents, it can be a little bit intimidating making sure that you are not only disposing of them correctly, but also putting them into the right hands. One of the biggest ways that people shred their paperwork if they don’t have...

Can My Paperwork Still Be At Risk After Being Shredded?

Have you ever wondered what happens after you have your paper shredded?  When you go through a service that shreds your paperwork for you, most likely your paperwork is being recycled afterwards.  Every company is going to be different of course, but for most companies, recycling is the way...

Document Reassembly

The single reason to shred documents is to destroy the information that the paper contains. There are a myriad of reasons to keep thing private but in the end the shredding process is the same. If it was not important it could just be set out to be recycled...

How Much Does Compliance Cost?

There is no doubt that the companies are required to spend money on privacy compliance. Privacy laws like Sarbanes-Oxely, FACTA, HIPAA and HITECH require careful control and destruction of personal information. Ponemon Research puts the cost of compliance at $3.5 million for the 46 businesses they studied. The obvious...