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Mobile (on-site) and off-site shredding: what’s the difference?

We offer two options to dispose of your confidential waste: mobile (on-site) shredding and off-site shredding. Although both are completely secure, the process is slightly different in each case, so one service may suit you better than the other. What happens with mobile (on-site) shredding? We can provide our own bins and bags, or we.

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Your five-minute guide to data retention and GDPR

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018, and it tightens up the rules on how long you can keep personal data. We’ve put together this quick guide to help you stay on top of the new regulations on data retention. At the heart of the GDPR is the.

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Shredding standards and accreditations: what do they mean?

What are the relevant standards, accreditations and professional memberships for a shredding provider? And what do they all mean? When you choose a supplier to shred your unwanted documents and other items, it’s important to understand that not every shredding provider is the same. With the forthcoming GDPR tightening up the regulations on how you.

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Shred Station awarded ‘Best Hard Drive Shredding Specialists’

The GDS Cybersecurity Awards winners have been announced and we are pleased to accept the award of ‘Best Hard Drive Shredding Specialists – UK’. GDS Review Magazine is a resource for security professionals around the world, providing information and news updates on all aspects of physical, cyber and defence markets. Sophie Milner, Awards Coordinator at.

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Privacy, security and the GDPR: a chance to see through your customers’ eyes

It’s easy to fall into thinking of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) as a purely technical issue. In reality, it potentially touches every area of your business – and that’s a golden opportunity to change things for the better. It’s essential for every business to understand the practical requirements of the GDPR, particularly as.

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