Your Information Management Experts Explain the Difference
The international trade association for information destruction service providers, National Association of Information Destruction (NAID) is essentially the standards setting body for secure disposal of paper and electronic data. In addition to conducting process improvement research and creating global recognition for the information destruction industry, NAID protects the interests of consumers by setting strict guidelines for its
Useful Suggestions on How to Identify Quality Vendors
Utilizing third-party assistance for the non-core activities of your business is a common practice. It increases operational efficiencies and reduces the burden on in-house costs and administration. However, selecting the right vendor for your outsourcing requirements is a process in itself. If you wish to create reliable, safe and lasting partnerships, you need to invest substantial time and effort in evaluating the vendors and con
Know What to Shred and What to Keep
It’s that time of year again! Tax season is upon us. The time of the year when you will pull out confidential papers from files and boxes, exchange sensitive information with your accountants, and eventually file your taxes online. Tax related frauds are the most common form of identity theft. A 2017 Federal Trade Commission (FTC) report indicates that tax-related frauds account for 29.2% of the reported incidents of identity theft.
Predictions for 2019 by Information Management Experts in Florida
For many years, your primary information security concern was how to meticulously maintain the original, physical records, and protect them from being lost or stolen. However, today, paper records may be the safest way to protect your records! What presents fraudsters with an exponentially larger potential to amass valuable, sensitive information is your web presence and online activities. In fact, your digital footprint