The simplest way of disposing of sensitive data is have secure bins on site, allow a compmnay like www.sitr.com to visit and shred the sensitive data on-site.
A regular schedule can be set up ensuring continuity and making sure your organisation is compliant.
“It is easy. All that is needed is your national insurance number, your birth date and other identifying information such as your address and phone number and whatever else they can find out about you. With this information, and a false driver’s license with their own picture, they can begin the crime.
They apply in person for instant credit, or through the mail by posing as you. They often provide an address of their own, claiming to have moved. Negligent credit grantors in their rush to issue credit do not verify information or addresses. So once the imposter opens the first account, they use this new account along with the other identifiers to add to their credibility. This facilitates the proliferation of the fraud. Now the thief is well on his/her way to getting rich and ruining your credit and good name.”
SO SHRED EVERYTHING!!!!!!!
We just highlighted this article because as a company you will have so much information about your staff and clients, you must take data disposal seriously contact www.sitr.com to see how we can help you.
Your needs as a client vary, to assist your disposal we offer, security sacks, containers of various capacities or sealed skips for high volumes.
All transported in a secure vehicle, from your site directly to ours or shredded on site, contact www.sitr.com to fine our how best to prepare your data for shredding.
We have a variety of lockable confidential waste bins or skips that will suit the needs of the smaller business or individual, up to the large local, national or international organisations.
Keep the data safe so that the experts at www.sitr.com can make sure all data is disposed of and give 100% security to you and you business.
This legislative measure lays down that the person or persons responsible for waste arising from a business must ensure that disposal takes place in an environmentally sound and ethical manner.
Typically this includes ensuring that waste equipment is passed only to an Authorised Waste Carrier and handled only by Authorised Waste Management facilities.
Both individuals and company representatives can face serious legal consequences should they ignore this obligation.
At www.sitr.com we can help you meet your obligations head on!