Legislation and What They Mean For Businesses in Ohio
The Supreme Court has ruled that information in your business’s trash is “fair game” to anyone. With identity theft and information fraud at an all-time high, the federal government has enacted information destruction laws to protect consumers. These laws require businesses to certify shred, rather than simply discard information. This is an effort to help protect the privacy of patients and consumers. By utilizing professional on-site or off-site shredding services, you are ensuring that your business is compliant with federal laws.
Some of these laws include:
- Gramm Leach Bliley Act
- The Economic Espionage Act (EEA)
- The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA)
Royal Document Destruction’s Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio shredding facilities meet all regulatory requirements and provide an easy solution for businesses looking to ensure the safe destruction of their documents. Of course, we offer a free, no-obligation consultation for all of your shredding needs.
Think a security breach can’t happen to your organization? Think again! Since they began tracking security breaches in Jan. 2005, PrivacyRights.Org reports that over 543 million confidential files, in every imaginable industry, have been compromised!
Why Choose Us?
- Two Convenient Locations
- Material is Recycled
- Secure Mobile Shredding Trucks
- Highest Level Of Security Standards
- Bonded, Insured And Certified Shredding Services
- Certified By The National Association For Information Destruction (NAID)