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Celebrate Data Privacy Day with ProShred!

Are you keeping your data safe? With international Data Privacy Day taking place on January 28, 2019, now is the perfect time to assess your efforts and make sure you are doing everything you can to keep any confidential information safe, secure, and out of the hands of people who would misuse it. Data Privacy

7 Things in Your Mailbox That Can Be Used to Steal Your Identity, and 11 Ways to Protect Yourself

Identity theft is a serious problem, and it’s getting worse. According to Javelin’s 2018 Identity Fraud Report, identity fraud enabled criminals to steal $16.8 billion in 2017. Almost 17 million U.S. consumers experienced identity fraud in 2017, an 8% increase over 2016. While many of those instances used information obtained through online data breaches, good

8 Less Obvious Things You Should Be Shredding

We all know we should be shredding documents that contain personal or financial information, such as bank and credit card account numbers. But sensitive personal information is also lurking in some surprising places, like personal letters, junk mail, travel documents, and more. Here’s a full list of things you should be shredding to keep yourself

In Colorado, Shredding Isn’t Just a Good Security Practice, It’s the Law

As in many states, Colorado businesses, legal offices and medical practices are legally required to protect against data breaches, and in some cases notify residents if their personal information has been compromised. Here’s what the law requires and how you can be compliant. Federal Laws There are several federal laws in place that give specific

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