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Phishing Emails are Becoming More Sophisticated

November 16, 2020

Phishing emails are becoming more sophisticated, and cyber security best practices need to adjust to reflect that change. As a business owner, it can be frustrating to see that your employees are falling victim to phishing emails.

The Big Debate: Shred or Erase Your Business Hard Drives

October 28, 2020

Eliminating any and all risks for a data breach is the best way to make sure that your business, your clients, and your reputation are truly safe from any potential infringements. You know the risks of data theft. Your company is at risk, your clients are at risk, and your reputation will definitely take a […]

7 Cyber Security Tips for Your Home Office

October 14, 2020

At the office, most of us don’t think about security risk, but when working from home, it’s important that employees and employers understand the security risks of working remotely. With so many of us working from home due to Covid-19, the home office has become a major target for cybercrime. By incorporating cyber security best […]

How Improperly Handled IT Assets Affect Your Business

September 29, 2020

If your company has a data breach, you know it will cost you. It will hurt your company financially, and it will negatively impact your reputation. Hiring a company who specializes in data destruction, and is invested in protecting your data, is the right choice for securing your sensitive data. The right company has the […]

How to Dispose of Old Business Records Securely

September 21, 2020

Your business will accumulate paperwork quickly. Employee information, tax papers, financial statements, business records, and much more will fill your filing system quickly. These days, many companies chose to scan certain paperwork, but even electronic information will accumulate. To keep your data secure, it’s important to know both how long to keep business records, and […]

Cybersecurity Challenges Businesses are Facing in 2020

August 18, 2020

Although all businesses are facing increased challenges in cybersecurity, 2020 has been a particularly challenging year. Cyber criminals are capitalizing on the current state of unrest, fear, and distraction to target your data. Companies of any size are at risk, but 2020 has shown that small businesses with under 100 employees, and medium businesses, with […]

Did You Change Your Passwords After a Data Breach?

July 28, 2020

You got the dreaded email from a store you shop at, your healthcare provider, or even a financial institution. They’ve had a data breach. They’ve caught it, addressed it, and remedied everything on their end. You might be worried initially, but since the company appears to have a handle on the situation, you relax and […]

Are Password Managers Safe?

June 9, 2020

These days, more and more of your information is digital and stored online. Every device, every website, every app needs a password. This is a good thing, but in a world where our brains are on overload, it can be overwhelming. To keep things simple, a lot of people still use the same password for […]

Employee Negligence Tops Information Security Risk to Business

May 22, 2020

You may think that your information is secure. You have dedicated programs for security, company policies on technology and data, and feel like you’ve done all you can. In reality, you are putting a good portion of your cybersecurity into the hands of your employees, which may be the biggest risk of all.

Teleworking Can Leave You and Your Employer Vulnerable to Cyber Threats

April 29, 2020

Many Americans are currently teleworking from their own homes. Most have a heightened stress level due to many outside factors and are trying to juggle many different roles. Hackers and other cyber criminals are capitalizing on this and are hoping to catch these workers off their guard, giving the criminals access to not only your […]

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AccuShred provided services to the City of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County to host a community paper-shredding event this past fall. The event had terrific participation from the public and the planning and event-day management went very smoothly. The public was delighted with the opportunity to shred sensitive documents. Thanks so much! Top qualities: Great […]

Nancy Stone, Communications Liaison
City of Ann Arbor

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