If you follow the news these days, it feels like there have never been more data breaches, hacks and releases of confidential information – like there has never been a more dangerous time for confidential information. You’re right to feel that way – leaks, hacks and the theft of sensitive information are more prevalent now than ever before, so steps must be taken to ensure your business protects itself and its clients.
Onsite shredding provides secure disposal of important documents for all business types. Increasingly more companies are wanting to maximise their privacy and confidentiality to ensure that they maintain their positive reputation.
Document storage may not seem like a big deal at first, you may think you’ve got it all under control- until you need a certain document!
Don’t let your personal information fall into the wrong hands, choose onsite shredding from Doxbond Cambridge. The need for confidentiality is greater, now than ever before. And here at Doxbond Cambridge, we aim to protect your business, employee and client privacy by offering onsite shredding services, which are flexible to your business’ needs. There are countless advantages to onsite shredding, but what do are they? Let’s take at four important reasons why your business needs onsite shredding services today!
You could well be wasting your time, money and effort if you don’t dispose of your confidential waste, need we say you could be increasing the chances of someone stealing yours and your business’ identity!
Doxbond Cambridge are specialists when it comes down to a document storage and disposal. You can count on us for protecting your personal information ensuring it is disposed of it safely, so as not to fall into the wrong hands!
We spend so much time promoting the idea that a ‘tidy room is a tidy mind’ when it comes to our personal lives, but the sentiment seems to get lost when it comes to our working environment. With paperwork backing up left, right and centre for starters; it’s no wonder that we’re often struggling to stay focused in our 9-to-5s.
In this age of electronic technology, isn’t it amazing how much paper we still use? Without it we would be lost. In your business, you may handle thousands of sheets of papers which could include confidential information. What if you need to recycle or shred confidential waste? You might use your office shredder and assign shredding duties to various members of staff. If you have a lot of paper to shred, is this the most cost-effective way to handle these documents? Or is there a much more effective and efficient way to process your waste items? Doxbond Cambridge can handle all your confidential waste documents to save you valuable time.
The need to ensure all documentation relating to client confidentiality is securely stored: and documented confidential and personal information no longer required is properly destroyed, has never been greater than in the digital age in which we live. Under the Data Protection Act 1998, anything less can leave companies and individuals open to prosecution.
Stories of confidential material accidentally left on trains or falling into the wrong hands hit the headlines far too often. They are a stark reminder of the need for businesses to handle data correctly. Data Protection Laws are clear about both the storage and disposal of information. However, in a busy workplace, this guidance can easily be forgotten. Mistakes happen, and sensitive information ends up in the bin or left lying around. Compliance with these laws is vital. Not just for retaining the trust and respect of clients, but also in avoiding fines. Sadly, it is not as simple as sending someone out to buy a shredder. Most machines are not up to the job. They do not destroy documents effectively and are unable to cope with the amount of paper an office can generate. And they do not tackle the problem of disposing of digital data, like hard drives, DVDs or memory sticks.
Securing data is a vital task that helps protect personal information, banking data and sensitive files from unwanted access. It is an unfortunate fact of our highly connected world that data can be stolen and used illegally. While software is now commonplace that helps protect internet users from having their information being taken online, this information still physically exists on the computer. Once a hard drive or computer is no longer needed, the issue of safe disposal can be difficult.