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5 Tips to Avoid Confidential Information Theft

Confidential information and trade secrets are often the targets of identity thieves and disgruntled employees. The Trademarks Act, Copyright Act and Patent Act do not regulate many trade secrets...

Confidential Information Compromise: Next Steps

In 2017, a security breach at Equifax caused over 145 million Americans to have their personal information accessed. And that doesn’t count the millions who were harmed or potentially harmed by ...

IRS Identity Theft

 

Tax Document Checklist

 

Knowing which documents you need to do your taxes and having them at your fingertips makes doing your taxes much easier. You will be able to do your taxes all in one shot instead of stopping for...

Should Your Law Firm Invest in a Shredding Service?

Any firm, whether medical, law, accounting or other industry that deals with client records, should use shredding services. These types of firms must keep client records for a specific amount of...

Document Disposal for Accounting Firms

Accounting firms, like many other firms, must get rid of old files responsibly. Because of the nature of the information contained in an accounting firm’s files, the files cannot be thrown in the...

5 Ways to Prevent Identity Theft or a Security Breach

Over 17 million Americans fall victim to identity theft every year. Every day, you hear about some high-profile corporation having security breaches or a scenario that could lead to an identity...

3 Tactics To Protect Confidential Information In The Office

Protecting confidential information in the office is one of the most important functions a business does. If confidential information gets out to the public by any means, the business could be...

5 Examples of Confidential Information in the Office

If confidential business information gets into the wrong hands, a business could fail. Or, it could suffer at the hands of criminals. Keeping business, employee and management information under...

Legal Documents Law Firms Need To Shred

Law firms must keep client documents for a set number of years depending on the type of file. Some documents, such as wills, trusts and other estate planning documents should be kept for at least...

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