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Name Our Shredding Trucks Competition – Brundall School Presentation

Schools local to our Norwich head office recently took part in a competition to ‘Name Our Shredding Trucks’, with a prize on offer for each winning name selected to appear on a truck. Simon Franklin, Managing Director of Shred Station, came up with the idea for the competition saying “We wanted to name our trucks.

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Shred Station becomes a member of UKSSA

We’re very pleased to announce that we recently joined UKSSA, the UK Security Shredding Association. UKSSA is the only UK-based association dedicated to Security Shredding operational standards. It stipulates and enforces the highest operational standards in confidential data destruction, including compliance with BS EN15713 and BS 7578. UKSSA’s own standards cover areas such as building.

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Dussindale Rovers celebrate holding the Shoe Trade Cup

Dussindale Rovers Football Club do the double!

Shred Station currently sponsor local football team Dussindale Rovers with Managing Director, Simon Franklin, also taking an active role as Chairman for the team. The team includes players from Shred Station, Sales Manager, Martin Emms (goalkeeper) and, Internal Sales, Tom Cullumbine (striker). Dussindale Rovers have just finished an excellent 2016/2017 season in the Norwich &.

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Why breaking data protection law is easier than you think

The Data Protection Act covers many different types of record, both paper and digital. As recently released ICO figures show, many organisations are finding it a challenge to comply with the legislation. Are you aware of your obligations under the Data Protection Act? If not, your business could be breaking the law without being aware.

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Data security incidents in the health sector

The latest figures for security breaches in the healthcare sector show all too clearly why hospitals, surgeries and other medical organisations need to take particular care with confidential data. In the figures for 2016 data security breaches recently released by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), healthcare was far and away the worst-performing sector, accounting for.

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