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 extends far beyond the information that you voluntarily share, post, or store for your personal, social, and professional needs. Imagine how much of your personal and confidential data sits with government authorities, health care providers, educational institutions, tax authorities, banks, credit bureaus, and several others. It is safe to assume that your information is only as secure as the online platform it rests on.
2018 saw more than its share of massive malware attacks, cybersecurity hacks, ATM frauds, card scams, and more. Today, a data breach can happen anywhere, anytime, in a never-seen-before form or scale. Read on to know what lies ahead in 2019 and the predicted weak spots that could compromise your confidential, personal or business information.
Despite major security advancements, cybercriminals are in a relentless pursuit of loopholes and have become increasingly sophisticated in their hacking methods. Every vulnerability that they find can lead to exposure of highly sensitive data, impacting hundreds of thousands of users.
Protect Your Physical Information through Secure Record Storage and Shredding
Ultimately, any data breach results in the loss of sensitive information. This can occur due to technical glitches, human errors, or planned attacks by cybercriminals. As an individual or business, you may have limited control over the online security features. However, when it comes to physical measures for protecting your privacy and confidentiality, rely on the tried-and-tested method of secure storage and shredding.
For all your record storage and document destruction needs in and around central Florida, trust accompany who has a Service Organizational Report (SOC), NAID AAA, PRISM Privacy+ and PCI Certified company, such as Crown Information Management. Save time, space and money, but most importantly…reduce your risk with our secure records storage and document destruction services.
To know more about our various storage and destruction services, call Crown Information Management at 800-979-9545 or complete our online form and one of our sales representatives will be in touch with you soon. Don’t hesitate to ask for a free estimate for your requirements.
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