October 2010 Newsletter
Our Loyal Clients are an extension
of our Infoshred Family
Infoshred was established in 1997 when the shredding industry was in its infancy. As one of the veterans of the shredding world we have certainly seen a lot a lot of changes over the last 13 years. We have seen new competitors, rampant consolidation, and many new government compliance standards. Throughout all the changes Infoshred has remained steady in our original mission of providing our customers with the highest level of security and customer service in the industry.
We have worked hard to increase our security standards by implementing security upgrades each year. I can hardly believe that I started out with one truck and two employees and we have grown to 34 employees and 21 trucks covering 4 states. Jack and I feel strongly that our staff is an extension of our family and Infoshred’s success directly benefits our employees. Infoshred has prospered throughout the years due to our hard work and dedication and the loyalty of our clients. We know you have a choice of vendors and we appreciate that you choose Infoshred. For your patronage and loyalty we simply want to say a BIG Thank YOU!
Are You Ready?
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the federal bank regulatory agencies, and the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) have issued regulations (the Red Flags Rules) requiring financial institutions and creditors to develop and implement written identity theft prevention programs. The deadline for compliance is December 30, 2010. Are you ready? > Read More
Mass. CMR Law and checklist
Massachusetts 201 CMR 17.00 might apply to you too!
March 4, 2010 Massachusetts 201 CMR 17.00 defines specific types of data that need to be properly secured in your environment. That may seem easy until you start looking around at where this data is and how it moves through your organization. The law has a 3 page checklist that covers the types of things you need to be concerned about. > Read More