Purging saves you time, too. Your employees are busy and you didn’t hire them to wait in line for the shredder. Instead, collect documents in one of DataShield’s locked bins. We’ll pick it up and either shred it on-site or at our secure destruction center. It’s that simple.
DataShield is exclusively AAA certified with the National Association for Information Destruction and is 100% compliant with HIPAA, FISMA, FACTA and GLBA. This means that we will properly and securely destroy your documents and data so that you never have to worry about breaches. Stop putting your company at risk and start purging your piled-up documents and data. It’s worth it.
Keeping a clean and organized office is essential for efficiency and security. Leaving old electronics out in the open is dangerous for your company’s secure information and… it just looks messy. Finish the project you’ve been dreading in just one day with DataShield.
DataShield’s document and data destruction services are the perfect solution. Schedule a purge on a day that works best for you and we’ll come right to your office! Enjoy the savings, security and space when you use DataShield.
Data breaches occur every day. You hear about them in your local community, national businesses and places you may frequent online. In a recent Gallup poll of 1,000 individuals only 21% indicated they have “a lot of trust” in the businesses that handle their personal information. Some 47% reported having “some trust.” The remainder ofContinue Reading
Last week four members of the DataShield Team attended NAID’s annual conference in Orlando, FL. As AAA NAID Certified providers it is our job to keep up to date on everything that involves information security so you don’t have to. After attending many sessions and talking to colleagues from around the country and the globeContinue Reading
DataShield, Nebraska’s fastest growing information security company, and Shred N Store, announce plans to merge as DataShield acquires the Kearney-based shredding company. As of July, 1, 2015, DataShield is servicing all Shred N Store accounts. Owners Bill Olson and his son Jon, chose DataShield due to the fact it’s nationally certified, locally owned and hasContinue Reading
An increasing number of sophisticated cyberattacks in the past year has corporations and Internet security experts on high alert. But information security goes beyond phishing schemes, malware or hackers stealing valuable information from the wired world. Less refined data breaches play out in the work place every day with equally devastating results. Stolen laptops with accessContinue Reading
It’s tax season, and for many people, that means a nice, big refund check. For others, it means getting scammed. In 2013, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) initiated 1,492 identity theft related criminal investigations, an increase of 66 percent from 2012. Tax identity theft occurs when identity thieves use a legitimate taxpayer’s identity to fraudulentlyContinue Reading
Paper Shredding is essential if you run or own a company. All documents produced by a company from emails, financial statements, memos, and even notes contain classified information that must be withheld from competitors, the public, and even from your own personnel. When the time comes to discard this material, hopefully, your first choice isContinue Reading
Last year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade made headlines for using confidential police documents as confetti. The shredded documents were found on the street and contained identifiable information about Nassau County police officers. Initially, the concern was that a 3rd party paper shredding company had sold the paper shred to be used as confetti. It wasContinue Reading
From WOWT Omaha http://www.wowt.com/home/headlines/Shred-Day-Coming-Up-In-Blair-219604791.html A metro bank is working to make a rip in identity theft by hosting a shred day in Blair, Nebraska on Saturday, August 17th. SAC Federal Credit Union is asking people to bring their items with sensitive information to be shredded at the No Frills branch in Blair, anytime between 9Continue Reading
“… It’s really not about patient data security,” Larry Ponemon, founder of the Ponemon Institute, told InformationWeek Healthcare. “Things aren’t getting better – they’re getting worse.” Since the beginning of 2010, Ponemon Institute has seen an increase of over 36% in data security threats to healthcare organizations. “Almost every hospital [surveyed] suffered one data breach,Continue Reading