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5 Ways to Guard Customer Information

Customers count on you to protect their personal information. In today’s world, businesses big and small have no choice but to collect at least some personal information from their customers in order to operate. Obviously, those same customers count on businesses to protect that private information. Not surprisingly, personal details like addresses, birthdates, and possibly…
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ChatGPT Did Not Write This Blog.

Imagine a technology whose recipe appears to be a mix of science and sorcery. One with the ability to plan an event, create code, pass a Wharton School of Business MBA final exam, or write a short story with just one click. Well, it’s here and it’s called ChatGPT (and, no… it did not write…
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Your Data Talks in Its Sleep

On average, most of us replace our computers and laptops every 3-5 years, and our mobile devices every 2-3 years. So, where do all those old and unused devices end up? Mostly, they’re stored away, forgotten and unguarded for months or even years! In the IT world, this is called Data at Rest.  Data exists in…
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How to Un-Shred a Document

  In a time like ours when Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is as valuable as cash, the recipe for information theft is simple:  Sprinkle old-fashioned human ingenuity on top a heaping pile of greed, then fold into a bowl of 21st century nanotech. Here are two true stories of how human ingenuity and emerging technologies…
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Still Shredding In-House?

Perhaps your company (or the one you work for) still manages its own shredding. We get why businesses might choose this route. On the surface, do-it-yourself shredding appears to be a convenient, time efficient and inexpensive option. There are, however, a few really important factors you may not have yet considered. Let’s start with the…
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Do-it-Yourself Destruction

So, you have an old computer, laptop or hard drive lying around and you figure that with a little elbow grease and a bit of DIY know-how, you’ll save a few bucks by destroying it yourself. Maybe you’re even considering one of the following popular (albeit, misguided) internet suggestions: Smash it (anyone else picturing that…
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