September Newsletter

September 01 , 2009 in Newsletter

Welcome to the SecurShred Newsletter.
The September 2009 edition incompasses news on SecurScan, news rules for the HITECH Act and an article about real estate records found in the trash.

SecurShred Continues to Expand Services with SecurScan!

As the amount of recorded information increases, businesses struggle to manage content. SecurScan enables businesses of any size to more effectively and securely manage, retrieve and store corporate information of any kind, including: Paper Documents, Electronic Files, Emails and Print Streams.
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HITECH Act – New Data Breach Rules for Personal Health Records!

New data breach notification rules added to federal law under the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (“HITECH Act”) will require the HIPAA Covered Entity to provide notification of breach of the security of “unsecured protected health information”.
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Real Estate Records Found in Dumpster, AGAIN!

Real estate customers with their most sensitive information exposed, and dumped. Customer ripe for identity theft
Real estate broker and mortgage broker Jude Sandvall says it’s a problem that’s cropped up as the real estate market has gone down and brokers big and small have gone out of business.
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