The Crucial Role of the CFAA in Document Shredding

In today’s digital age, safeguarding sensitive information is more critical than ever. Businesses must navigate the complex landscape of data security laws to protect themselves and their customers from data breaches and cyber threats. One such pivotal regulation is the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). Originally enacted in 1986, the CFAA serves as a …

What Businesses want to know about Document Destruction

Businesses that utilize document destruction services typically want to know various aspects of the document destruction business to ensure their sensitive information is properly handled. Here are some key areas of interest for businesses in this industry: By addressing these key areas of interest, document destruction service providers can effectively communicate their capabilities, instill confidence …

Why It Can Be Against The Law If You Don’t Destroy your Documents Correctly

Safely destroying your sensitive documents will help prevent lawsuits, give you peace of mind, and protect your identity. But did you know that if you don’t do it in certain circumstances you would be breaking the law? Circumstances Where Document Destruction and Retention is Required by Law Medical In 1996 the federal government passed the …

Shredded Documents Are Not Safe Enough!

Shredding documents is not enough! It has to be turned to mulch! Did you know that you could buy software for $50 that you can scan shredded documents to put them back in order? Shredding documents is not enough they need to be reduced to a pulp which Country Mile Document Destruction does on-site and …