Government organizations around the country are held to high standards when protecting the confidential information that is created or passes through by a specific entity. Over the past few decades, the laws that govern how and when a government facility disposes of confidential information have been changed or updated.
We at Shred America are here to help keep your organization compliant with all state and federal regulations.
The Health Insurance And Portability Act of 1996 was created to protect the privacy and security of certain health records.
The Fair And Accurate Credit Transaction Act was developed to protect consumers from identity theft and has strict requirements for information security and disposal.
The Computer Fraud And Abuse Act was originally passed in 1984 and was enacted in 1986, which prohibits certain individuals from accessing confidential information stored on a computer without authorization.
We are veteran owned and operated and practice the highest standards of information security in the United States. With every shred you receive a Certificate of Destruction that certifies that your sensitive documents have been properly destroyed.
The vast majority of our locations around the country are NAID Certified. National Association of Information Destruction (NAID) is the regulatory authority for promoting the standards for governments and non-government organizations in the process and handling of information.
We have information security experts standing by to help answer any questions and get your organization setup for scheduled or one time shredding services.
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