Digital Ghosts: Was Your Data Really Erased?

In today’s world, “digital ghosting” refers to abruptly ending all digital communication without warning or explanation in friendships, dating relationships, or even after job interviews. While some may find it effective, it is widely considered to be a rude and disrespectful approach. There is another form of digital ghosting concerning information storage – the belief…

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The Weakest Links in Your Information Destruction Plan

When I began my flying lessons, one crucial point emphasized was that the number one cause of aviation accidents was pilot error. I had assumed mechanical failure or adverse weather conditions would top the list, but human error stood as the primary factor. The truth is, despite our intelligence, human mistakes often cause the problems…

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Common Misconceptions about Shredding

One of the best ways to protect the information your business generates is to shred it. However, there are several misconceptions about shredding that need to be addressed. In this article, we clear up these misunderstandings in a Q & A with multiple-choice answers. Go ahead and test yourself! We promise there are no trick…

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Media Destruction and Privacy Law Compliance

Media destruction refers to the process of destroying or removing physical or digital media in order to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive or confidential information. In this constantly-changing technological age, this process is essential to ensure the security and privacy of individual and business information. What Media Should Concern Me? Any device that stores digital…

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Shredding and Earth Day are BFFs

The unique relationship between Earth Day and paper shredding is so perfect it seems obvious once you know about it, but it has gone unacknowledged for far too long. Now is the time to bring it front and center and explain what makes these two the perfect besties. IRL (In Real Life) Every year, the…

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