The Small Office Shredder: Friend or Foe?

Junk mail, receipts, business paperwork, credit card statements, and healthcare information—the list goes on and on. But the bottom line is it’s all paperwork that needs to be shredded. You know better than to discard personal information that could be used to commit identity theft in the trash, but is tackling it with your small office shredder really any better? …

Gubbels & Neuhaus Receive CSDS Accreditation

This March, Brian Gubbels and Matthew Neuhaus of Datashield received their Certified Secure Destruction Specialist accreditation from the National Association for Information Destruction. Gubbels and Neuhaus are the first from the Omaha area to receive the accreditation and did so with 26 other individuals from around the country. CSDS Accreditation Launched in 2010 “to promote and acknowledge an individual’s competency …

“Argo [Protect] Yourself.”

This past Sunday, the movie Argo took home the Oscar for best picture at the Academy Awards. In the movie, which is based on the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis, a group of Americans race against the clock to escape the country while Iranian workers try their best to sort through shredded documents detailing their identities. But could that ever really …

Who’s Reading Your Trash? 3 Reasons FACTA Compliance is More Than a Technicality

In today’s data-driven world, it’s hard to imagine any business having a shortage of sensitive client information—making data destruction vital. Whether dealing with patient records at a doctor’s office, tax files at an accounting firm, or a stack of social security numbers locked up in a filing cabinet in a government building, there’s no denying there is a lot of …