News Archive

June 2011
Windsor Federal Savings celebrates 75 years with Shred Day
– Foothills Media Group
With on-site shredding services by East Windsor-based Infoshred, more than 22,500 pounds of documents were shredded, and kept out of the hands of identity thieves.

March 2011
Philanthropy A Family Affair In The DiPiazza Home
The Hartford Courant
For her 40th birthday, Stacey DiPiazza decided it was better to give than to receive. The result is The Giving Tree Fund, a donor-advised fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, a gift to Greater Hartford from Stacey and her husband, Jack.

February 2011
East Windsor Business Owners Create Philanthropy Fund
Windors Locks East Windsor
Stacey DiPiazza, co-owner of InfoShred, decided to create a fund to support nonprofit agencies and a way to teach her daughters about the spirit of giving to others.

February 2011
A Message to Our Valued Shredding Customers
A quick follow up on the status of our shredding facility remaining unaffected by the recent roof collapse.

February 2011
Infoshred Up and Running After Partial Building Collapse
Despite a partial building collapse InfoShred is up and running. The roof over the company’s records storage facility collapsed around 3:30 am this morning, despite 48 hours of attempts to save the facility.

November 2010
Glastonbury Woman Honored with Philanthropist of the Year Award
Award presented to Stacey DiPiazza for leadership in raising funds and awareness for the local, not-for-profit home health and hospice care agency.

November 2010
VNA Healthcare – 2010 Annual Report Adobe Acrobat Reader FilePDF 3.56 MB
Stacey DiPiazza: Pursuing Her Passion – Read about Stacey DiPiazza’s involvement with the VNA as an eager leader, generous philanthropist, and corporate sponsor, donating nearly $100,000 in in-kind shredding services to the VNA since 2003. Infoshred was also a sponsor of the 5th Annual Taste for Hope, VNA HealthCare’s annual wine tasting event.

October 2010
10 Reasons You Need a Document Shredding Program
Why all businesses need to protect themselves.

September 2010
Does the Massachusetts 201 CMR Apply to You?
The need to properly ensure that your data is secured in your working environment.

June 2010
Soroptomists Hold Charity Shred-A-Thon
– Foot Hills Media Group
Avon, CT – Members of Soroptimist International of Farmington Valley (SIFV) were in Old Avon Village May 6 for a benefit Shred-A-Thon to support programs that empower women and children in the Farmington Valley area and beyond.

May 2010
Windsor Federal’s Shredding Day Held
– Foot Hills Media Group
Windsor, CT – Saturday, April 24 was a sad day for identity thieves in the Hartford area. While none were apprehended, a huge dent was put in their efforts due to Windsor Federal Savings’ “Free Shred Day,” held at the Windsor Federal loan center in Windsor.

April 2010
Windor Federal’s “Free Shred Day” Keeps Identity Theft at Bay
Infoshred press release.

October 2008
Connecticut Law Puts Increased Burdens on Businesses to Protect The Personal Information
of Anyone Associated with the Business

Infoshred press release.

February 2008
Infoshred Expands
SBD – Secure Destruction Service

December 2007
Infoshred’s Move to New East Windsor Location Triples Company Space
Infoshred press release.

December 2007
InfoShred Honored As State’s Best Document Destruction Company
Infoshred press release.

June 2005
Leaving Consumer Information Unsecured is Like Leaving Cash Out in the Open
AutoSuccess Magazine Adobe Acrobat Reader FilePDF 760 KB
Tips for setting up and refining a secure document system.

May 2005
How to Pick A Document Destruction VendorAutoSuccess Magazine Adobe Acrobat Reader FilePDF 118 KB
Beginning June 1, 2005, automobile dealers will have six months to get a method in place for the destruction of consumer credit information in order to comply with the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA).

April 2005
New Law to Affect All Who Deal With Consumer Credit Information Adobe Acrobat Reader FilePDF 111 KB
Stacey DiPiazza, in AutoSuccess Magazine, relates the new rules by the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act requiring companies to destroy all consumer information before it is discarded.

March 2005
New Law to Affect All Who Deal With Consumer Credit Information
Every company that deals with consumer credit information will have to change the way it does business when the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA) goes into effect. Designed to reduce the risk of consumer fraud and identity theft that is created by the improper disposal of consumer information, its impact will be felt by any business that has access to consumer’s credit information.

January 2005
DiversityBusiness Names Infoshred Among Connecticut’s Top 50
In recognition of the economic power of multicultural businesses,, the nations’ leading multicultural B2B online portal, names Infoshred, LLC as one of the top 50 diversity-owned businesses in Connecticut.

January 2005
Infoshred, LLC Acquires Secure Document Destruction a New Haven, CT confidential shredding company.

July 2004
Infoshred Awarded for Its Commitment to Workplace Safety and Health; Connecticut Department of Labor Recognizes South Windsor Company With Prestigious “SHARP” Certification

September 2003
The Hartford Business Journal Names Stacey DiPiazza to 2003 40 Under Forty : Owner of Infoshred Recognized for Professional Achievement and  Commitment to the Greater Hartford Community.

November/December 2002
A Brave New World Adobe Acrobat Reader FilePDF 2039 KB
An article by Willie Geiser and Bob Johnson as it appeared The Information Management Journal about proper document destruction as an important milestone in a record’s life cycle.

November 2002
Georgia Enforces Document Shredding Law – SB475 Update
Enforcement has begun for businesses to securely dispose of personal confidential information.

November 2002
Largest Identity Theft Conspiracy Foiled Adobe Acrobat Reader FilePDF 65 KB
NAID press release regarding the arrest of 3 alleged conspirators in the largest identity theft ring in U.S. history.

May 2002
A Information Destruction Program You Can Defend – That Will Defend You!
An article by NAID’s Executive Director appeared  in the issue of In Confidence, a monthly newsletter of AHIMA

May 2002
Industry Association Lauds Georgia’s New Law Requiring Shredding
A press release issued by NAID upon Georgia’s Governor signing of SB475

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