Businesses of all sizes have sensitive information stored in various formats. Many federal and state laws require organizations to securely destroy confidential or personally identifiable information. So yes, there is a need to securely dispose and destroy documents with sensitive information to not only comply with these laws but also to provide operational transparency and efficiency.
Your organization creates documents that contain private and sensitive information. But what happens if that information ends up in the wrong hands? The consequences of a security breach can be devastating. If a breach occurs, here’s what it could mean for your organization: