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To shred or not to shred? A guide to secure document destruction

Despite the wealth of data our computers store, an enormous volume of paper is still produced by consumers and businesses. This paper ends up in desk drawers, filing cabinets, and storage boxes, creating a disorganized workspace. We often want to get rid of excess paper documents but feel compelled to ask the question “What if […]

PHI: What it is and Why it Matters

PHI stands for Personal Health Information. Three letters to keep top of mind if your business handles documents that contain this type of information.  Keeping personal health information protected is essential. Not doing so can result in compromising your client’s privacy not to mention fines, loss of business credibility and potential lawsuits. The Department of […]

Remote Employees: A New Paradigm for Businesses to Manage

Remote Employees: A New Paradigm for Businesses to Manage

Remote work has been around for some time but recently has exploded into popularity. What are these remote workers doing, and how can you manage them effectively? Using the technology we have today and creating a work policy for remote employees will help them work efficiently and happily instead of being stressed about the tasks […]

3 Security Risks of Not Shredding Your Documents

3 Security Risks of Not Shredding Your Documents

These days, shredding your documents is essential. Document destruction is your best means of protecting yourself, your business and your family from costly fines, security threats or unnecessary stress. As shredding professionals, we know the risks of neglecting to shred your documents and in this blog, we’re going to take a look at some of […]

Eliminating The Ability To Print From Home

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Eliminating The Ability To Print From Home. Solved The Problem Or Made It Worse? In the last couple of years, companies have been experiencing a growing number of employees working from home. Working from home means that the business’s confidential information is no longer safe inside their office. They are now in the homes of […]

Small Business Challenges with Info Security

Small Business Challenges with Info Security

Many small businesses are faced with data security challenges with the number of people with access to our valuable information continues to rise. This information, unfortunately, can be misused by those who wish to do us harm and for many of us, this means that it’s not always clear who among us is actually doing […]

What Are The Components Of A Good Shredding Provider

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Document shredding has become an extremely popular service for companies of all sizes to ensure that their information is secure so it doesn’t fall into the wrong hands and be used for fraud. By utilizing these companies that perform these services, you no longer have to worry about if the shredding got done or if […]

Centris x Shred Vault

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Centris  +  Shred Vault Shred Vault is proud to announce our newest  initiative with Centris Federal Credit Union. We take great pride in collaborating with an industry leading, well-established credit union like Centris. In addition, we look forward to increasing the value proposition for current and prospective Centris members by providing innovative solutions for destroying […]

How to Use the Shred Vault® App

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The Shred Vault App®  So you’ve decided to buy a Shred Vault Bag®, now what? No need to stress, our revolutionary shredding service is a breeze. All you need to do is follow these 3 simple steps:  Download the Shred Vault® app and create an account.  Register your bag on the app & fill it […]

Do mail in ballots put you at risk for identity theft

Does Mailing in Your 2020 Ballot Really Put Your Private Information at Risk? 2020 has been nothing shy of a whirlwind of a year, so why would the presidential election be any different?  In 2016, approximately 33 million ballots were cast by mail. As of today, approximately 53.7 million mail in ballots have been counted; […]

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