It’s important for businesses to keep the confidentiality of their employers and customers protected, after all it’s a legal requirement, and a breach of confidentiality could lead to serious fines. The Data Protection Act 1998 states that data held by an organisation must be kept secure, making sure personal and confidential information is not misused or abused, so destroying waste when no longer required would be the best way to ensure protection for your employers and customers. Continue reading
Companies regularly collect, analyse and store all types of data on their customers in order to extract information for sales and marketing purposes. Continue reading
Trust plays an important part of any business and when you are responsible for handling confidential data and archive material, it is of even greater importance. And whilst data may be secure whilst you being utilised, what happens to the details when they are no longer needed. That is where TDS Safeguard comes in.
When your business accumulates large volumes of paperwork that contains confidential information, you may be considering the best ways to ensure the documents do not get into the wrong hands as this can lead to fraud and identity theft. Continue reading