Make sure you select a shredding service that does more than just shred your personal documents and provide a receipt. A trustworthy shredding company should be able to:
• Offer On-Site shredding service, as it reduces your risk by shortening the chain-of-custody that your information passes through prior to destruction. It’s destroyed before they leave.
• Provide a Certificate of Destruction after each service call and keep them on file permanently, should you ever need copies in the future.
• Offer shredding of digital devices (hard-drives, cell phones, tablets, flash drives, CDs, etc.) which often contain much more information than your documents
• Demonstrate their operating and hiring practices are externally audited and certified by NAID (National Association of Information Destruction) and ISO (International Standards Organization)
• Regularly train their employees on secure information handling and destruction procedures
• Maintain an excellent customer satisfaction reputation; verifiable with independent unsolicited reviews on Google, Yelp, Angie’s List, etc.
For more information, contact Greg Gálvez at [email protected] or 678-580-1155