What does secure shredding involve?
While many offices take on the task of shredding paper themselves, there’s always a risk for potential lapses. Often shredding is either carried out by each individual or assigned to interns and other office members as a task. For larger businesses or those dealing with bulk data, the need for shredding is frequent and more complex to handle.
With other primary tasks and office work, businesses often tend to pile up these documents in large numbers, which sometimes end up in bins without any secure disposal. A secure information destruction process can be easily facilitated, with a document destruction service that is reliable, has a vetted process and ticks all the boxes for your business.
This includes different aspects such as the secure storage of sensitive documents, GPS tracked transportation, as well as CCTV monitored shredding to complete the process flawlessly. If any of these steps are compromised, a security lapse or leak of data can occur, and the entire process would be ineffective. DestroyR ensures to provide secure document destruction that allows the company to hand over their sensitive information for disposal with genuine peace of mind.
DestroyR secure paper shredding service stands out owing to our secure destruction and handling methodology. It extends:
- A secure closed loop recycling procedure that is responsibly handled from collection to disposal.
- Certified Destruction that is CCTV monitored for future reference.
- Secure containers, confidential bags, and other necessities to aid the process efficiently.
Secure Paper Shredding at DestroyR
DestroyR is 100% Australian owned and operated, popularly recognised in Brisbane and other parts of Australia for its secure document shredding methods. We customise our paper shredding services to suit your requirements and ensure a guaranteed and trusted procedure for secure document destruction services.
Whether you choose our On-Site shredding service where we bring our shredding vehicle to you, or the use of secure containers with a monitored transportation procedure and supervised shredding at our DestroyR facilities in Brisbane, your business and personal data is destroyed securely and efficiently. Our provision extending to local areas as well as specific regions are well in compliance with the Privacy Act that demands a thorough and reliable sensitive information destruction.
Need to ensure your Australian company shreds sensitive material the right way? DestroyR is your one-stop-destination. With each task handled promptly, from collection to the destruction process, our aim is to provide a hassle-free experience to our clients with our shredding service. Get in touch with our expert team to get started with a professional, methodical, and efficient document disposal process for your organisation in Brisbane.
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For Your Peace Of Mind, Access Secure Document Destruction
Are you a small business that deals with sensitive information, such as a law firm that has access to clients’ personal documents? Perhaps you’re a large corporation that needs to keep certain data, such as employee details, confidential. We offer secure document destruction to companies that need to dispose of documents that have been piling up that they no longer need to retain for record-keeping purposes. When we’re finished, you can work from an office space that is clear of unnecessary clutter.
In addition to mass shredding, we provide residential shredding services to securely dispose of your outdated documents so that you’re not at risk of identity theft.
What Can Your Company Do To Secure It’s Privacy
Protection of personal information is legally required by the government, and it’s in a company’s best interest to ensure that confidential customer information remains safe to establish trust and build relationships for repeat business. Here are some of the ways that you can give rightful care to the handling of your client’s data:
- Document and record management procedures. This documented process includes information about how your company distributes, files (or saves on the company’s server), and stores documents, and who will have access to them. It also indicates roles and responsibilities and helps you plan for how your company disposes of obsolete documents.
- Staff training. Management will have to train employees on the business’s document procedures so that they know how your company processes sensitive information and the expectations when dealing with information from third parties.
- Physically protect personal information. Where you need access to customer documents for an extended period, you will have to plan for how to store them and how you’ll control access to them. Most companies keep hard and soft copies of documents as backups. To ensure the safety of hard copies, you can store them in a fireproof cabinet under lock and key. Lock down soft copies, saved on the server, so that only authorised persons have access to them.
- Prepare for a privacy response plan. As an employer or manager responsible for the protection of personal information, you should prepare for what to do if confidential documents are missing. The first step is to contain the security breach and extend control measures—for example, locking the room where you keep the cabinet, or taking the server offline until the situation is resolved. After you’ve determined the cause of the breach, you’ll need to notify the individuals involved and make the changes necessary to prevent the same incident from happening again in the future.