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July 01 , 2010 in Industry News
Lawsuit filed over records leak

June 01 , 2010 in Industry News
Copy Machines, a Security Risk?

June 01 , 2010 in Industry News
Red Flags Rule Enforcement Deadline Postponed

May 01 , 2010 in Industry News
Fighting fraud with the Red Flags Rule: “a how-to guide for business”

May 01 , 2010 in Industry News
BAN launches e-stewards initiative

April 01 , 2010 in Industry News
HIPAA & HITECH – How to Prevent Data Breaches
SecurShred can assist with HIPAA compliance policies in many ways. Covered, locked security containers for the disposal of Patient Health Information (PHI). Revised Business Associate Agreement between healthcare provider and third party that has access to PHI. Approved by NAID for...

April 01 , 2010 in Industry News
Congressional report: Cheaper to export than E-cycle
According to a report from the Congressional Research Service, electronic waste ends up being exported overseas because of high domestic processing costs, even though the impacts of overseas processing can be wanting. The report, Managing Electronics Waste: Issues with Exporting E-Waste, finds that,...

April 01 , 2010 in Industry News
UN warns of E-waste spike in developing nations
Over the next decade, rapidly growing sales of consumer electronics in developing countries, such as China and India, will lead to ” the spectre of hazardous e-waste mountains with serious consequences for the environment and public health ,” according to a report released this week by...

April 01 , 2010 in Industry News
Medical pills, files found in abandoned nursing home

March 01 , 2010 in Industry News
Woman Gets Prison Over Irving TX Teachers Id Theft
State District Judge Mike Snipes sentenced Sharon Denise Seeley, 40, for her role in the identity theft of numerous current and former Irving schoolteachers. Seeley pleaded guilty, and the judge gave her two years apiece for two counts of credit card abuse and 30 years for fraudulent use or...





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