Posted on June 29th, 2010 No comments
Corporate boards of directors and senior management aren’t adequately involved in the privacy and security of their computer systems and data, according to a report issued Tuesday by Carnegie Mellon University’s CyLab.
The report found that while company boards are taking risk management seriously, there remains a gap in understanding the relationship between information technology, or IT, and risk management. The report is based on the results from 66 respondents to its survey at the board or senior executive level from Fortune 1000 companies. It builds on CyLab’s first survey, conducted in 2008.
“The survey results indicate that boards and senior executives need to be more actively involved in the governance of the privacy and security of their computer systems and data, but this year’s study shows some important areas of improvement,” said Jody Westby, a distinguished fellow in CMU’s CyLab, and CEO of Global Cyber Risk LLC, in a statement.
The report found that a majority of companies don’t have full-time privacy, security and risk executives responsible for those issues. Respondents indicated that corporate boards reviewing privacy and security issues weren’t focusing on activities that would help protect the organization from high-risk situations, such as reputational or financial losses due to breaches of personal identity information or theft of confidential or proprietary information.
Posted on April 9th, 2010 No comments
All Source will provide Access with shredding bins and consoles for use in Access offices, records centers, walk-up shred locations, destruction centers and client locations throughout the U.S.
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Access, All Source Security Container Announce Partnership
Posted on April 7th, 2010 No comments
Company receives Small Business of the Year award.
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Keystone Mobile Shredding Receives Award
Posted on April 6th, 2010 No comments
Cintas Corporation, the leader in secure document management services, is hosting a free community shred event on Saturday, April 10, at the Cucamonga Valley Water District, located at 10435 Ashford Street in Rancho Cucamonga. The event will take place during San Bernardino County’s Annual Water Awareness and Earth Day celebration from 11 a.m….
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Cintas Hosts Shredding Event at Annual Water Awareness and Earth Day Celebration
Cintas Sets Goal to Recycle 400 tons of Confidential Documents in Honor of Earth Day’s 40th AnniversaryPosted on April 1st, 2010 No comments
Cintas Corporation plans to recycle more than 400 tons of paper documents in honor of Earth Day through a series of free community shred events. Throughout the month of April, local business and community organizations across the nation will host shredding events powered by Cintas.
Posted on March 25th, 2010 No comments
Partnership aims to provide delivery of technology and service for medical waste disposal and HIPAA document destruction and recycling.
Posted on March 24th, 2010 No comments
Connecticut agency offering destruction of electronics and paper at event.
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CRRA Including Document Destruction at its Spring Collections Program
System can provide companies with shredding methods that meet Department of Defense requirements.
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Cintas Partnering with Florida Post Office on Shredding Event
Box-It, Stortext will service customers with a diverse range of document management, storage and shredding programs.