You probably already know that you should always shred documents that contain your name and address or financial information, such as bills and bank statements. But did you know there are lots of other documents that can also help identity thieves? There are many types of document that you should dispose of securely – not.
Summer’s here, and it’s time to head off for some sun, sea and sand. But while you’re probably looking forward to leaving your worries behind, you still need to keep an eye on information security, or identity thieves could take advantage of your carefree mood and gain valuable information about you. Here are our eight.
We’re very pleased to announce that we have recently been certified under the Cyber Essentials scheme. Cyber Essentials is a government-backed scheme aimed at helping businesses guard against the most common cyber threats, and demonstrate their commitment to cyber security. It covers areas including securing internet connections, devices and software; controlling access to data and.
At the weekend we held a free community shredding event in Norwich. The aim of the event was to raise awareness of the ever growing issue of identity theft by highlighting the need to shred confidential documents. Identity theft is when your personal details are stolen, such as date of birth, name, address etc. Identity.
Free Mobile Shredding @ The Forum, Norwich Saturday 28th April – 10am-3pm On Saturday 28th April we are holding a free community shredding event outside The Forum in Norwich. The event is to raise awareness of the need to destroy all personal confidential documentation to help prevent identity theft. We are asking people to bring.