Is Your Business Really As Safe As You Think It Is?

Every business wants to think they’re safe from cyber attacks and burglaries. Unfortunately, these crimes are common enough that assuming your business is safe may actually do your company more harm than good. By understanding your company’s risk of theft and identity theft, the more you’ll be able to put… Read More

What Can We Learn From The Equifax Data Breach?

Although the breach is no longer at the forefront of the public’s mind, the Equifax breach was the largest single data breach in American history. What was first believed to be just another data breach in a sea of cyber attacks against businesses turned into a disaster involving the breach… Read More

Are Your College Students Really Safe From Identity Theft?

While working for a college, the risk of identity theft may be at the back of your mind. After all, identity theft is more common at law firms and major business corporations, right? Wrong. In 2016, approximately one in every 16 American… Read More

Don't Sweat The Small Stuff: Common Services Your Small Business Could Be Outsourcing

It may be hard to admit, but sometimes a business owner can’t do everything themselves. This is especially true of smaller businesses where you’re running on a small budget with an even smaller workforce. To help lighten the load, outsourcing services can help save your business a lot of time… Read More

Working from Home? DIY Paper Shredding May Not Be The Best Idea

Many workplaces choose to partner with professional paper shredding services to destroy sensitivity information quickly and securely. But more often, workers are telecommuting and working from the comfort of their own homes. Some people throw away personal paper in the garbage. Others use a personal shredding machine. Neither is… Read More

Take Control Of Your Information Security With Your HR Department

Yet, the first interaction a new employee has with most businesses is with the HR department. HR is the department that sets the expectations of company policies. It’s also the organization that hires and trains employees. That said, it’s not a good idea to leave data protection to your IT… Read More

School's Out For Summer: Is Your School Following FERPA Guidelines?

With the school year coming to an end, it’s all too easy to assume your school’s information is safe. But with so much paperwork and private information, it’s important that you don’t slack on your school’s security. Identity thieves won’t be taking a summer break because your students are. Read More

4 Reasons Why Cyber Criminals Will Target Law Firms

Identity theft a $50 billion industry and the fastest-growing crime in the United States. While identity theft can affect many different types of businesses, law firms are considered especially vulnerable. A data breach can put a law firm’s client relationships and reputation at significant risk. But why are law… Read More

4 Big American Data Breaches: The Critical Reason To Shed Your Documents

Data breaches happen on a daily basis. In fact, businesses were affected by 312 data beaches in 2015 alone, affecting up to 16.2 million people. But what’s considered a big data breach versus a small breach? For many, the size of a data breach is determined by how much damage… Read More

Don't Sweat It, Shred It! Why Document Shredding Is More Secure Than In-House Storage

Corporate identity theft costs American businesses $48 billion every year. To make matters worse, incidences of identity theft increased by 16% between 2015 and 2016. In-house document storage may seem like a good option to protect your old documents and identification information, but a professional shredding service can better protect… Read More

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