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Questions to Ask a Document Shredding Firm

Document and paper shredding is required by federal regulations. For companies bypassing this important step in the destruction of clients' records, they're legally responsible if their clients' confidential information is stolen. Don't trust just any company to destroy information forms and data from hard drives or mobile storage devices. Learn answers to important questions regarding security.

  • Does the facility offer destruction of secure electronic files?
    Few people know that throwing out a printer, fax, or copier is risky. The hard drive of the appliance stores a copy of confidential data that thieves remove, hook up to their computer, and steal important information.

  • What pattern do the shredders use?
    Many machines slice records and forms into vertical strips. These strips are easy to tape together. Instead, ask about equipment that uses a cross-cutting pattern. Cross-cutters slice materials into confetti that is easily recycled and difficult to put back together.

  • What kind of guarantee comes with the service?
    The best company guarantees prices, appointment times and security. If information is stolen, they must reimburse the client to help restore the client's identity. They also reimburse monetarily for any funds that were stolen due to the theft of confidential information.

  • How does your service work?
    Choose a firm that travels to a businesses or home where on-site destruction takes place. Don't allow a private facility to walk out with entire certificates because that increases the risk of theft.

  • What happens to the destroyed documents?
    Once the paper is destroyed, it should be recycled by the mobile company. Recycling protects landfills and allows the material to have new life as another product.
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    Shredding confidential documents is a critical component of businesses such as those in the medical field. Patient privacy rights are protected under federal regulations. Any paper that contains a patient's medical records must be kept secure. When files are cleared the hard copies of the data must be destroyed. Cross cut shredders are standard office equipment in doctors' offices and hospitals where security is a top priority.

    Government agencies are another entity where security is of utmost importance. Private information in the form of memos, certificates, and other documents are often required to be destroyed after they are read. Electronic cross cut shredders are considered to be the ideal way to afford protection. Secure information and the ability to utilize on-site equipment is vitally important in these operations where much information is in storage.

    A financial business is another example of a company who must protect the records of clients. A facility that deals with sensitive information such as bank records and social security numbers, must do everything they can to protect their customers from fraud and identity theft. The destruction of private records is paramount. Additionally, businesses such as these and others have put an emphasis on recycling the shredded material in an effort to make their operations more eco-friendly. Bins for placing paper materials are often placed strategically throughout a facility.

    Whether your business is using a mobile shredder or making the drive to an office center, protecting information should not be neglected. Not only do you want to protect your business interests, you want to ensure that your clients feel that their personal information is in trustworthy hands with your organization.