Jenna Simone

What Does It Mean to be R2v3 Certified?

April 17th, 2024

With the surge in electronic equipment usage, companies, including Keystone Technology Management, are at the forefront of promoting environmental stewardship and corporate social responsibility through sustainable practices. A cornerstone of such commendable efforts is achieving R2v3 certification, a designation that sets the gold standard for the electronics recycling industry. But what exactly does it mean […]

How to Implement a Robust Data Destruction Policy

February 13th, 2024

Sensitive data is at the heart of every organization in our increasingly digital world. Protecting customer data is a legal necessity for maintaining trust and reputation. At Keystone Technology Management, we understand the significance of data protection and offer certified data destruction services to help you mitigate security risks. In this article, we will delve […]

Don’t Make These 5 Common Mistakes With Your Business’s Old Tech Equipment

October 31st, 2023

Today’s most successful businesses have one thing in common: they’re constantly becoming more tech-savvy to keep pace with our increasingly digital age. However, with this evolution comes the challenge of managing old computer equipment. This process, if not handled correctly, can end up putting your business at risk of data breaches and other serious security […]

How to Tell When IT Hardware Is Outdated and Ready to Be Recycled

October 30th, 2023

While your company’s IT software might have seemed advanced a decade ago when it was first installed, that may not be the case anymore. As technology advances, old hardware becomes obsolete and no longer functions nearly as well as it once did. Here are some ways to tell that your IT hardware has become outdated […]

Why You Should Consider Selling Your Old IT Equipment

August 31st, 2023

In today’s fast-paced technological landscape, businesses are constantly upgrading their IT equipment to keep up with the latest advancements. However, disposing of old IT equipment can be a challenge. As your certified partner for IT asset disposition and computer liquidation, Keystone Technology Management wants to work with you to purchase recently off-network IT hardware from […]

What Are the Most Common Causes of Data Breaches?

April 21st, 2023

In the modern era, where everything has gone digital, engaging in proper data security measures is important for protecting against data breaches — especially for healthcare organizations that store large amounts of sensitive patient information. For that reason, recognizing the potential reasons for data breaches is essential. To protect your business, here is an overview […]

What Should a Company Do After a Data Breach?

March 15th, 2023

As the world becomes more reliant on technology, so too have businesses. However, while there are many advantages and conveniences to integrating their systems into a digital space, it also makes them more at risk for data breaches. In the third quarter of 2022, roughly 150 million data records were compromised, meaning that breaches are […]

How Chain of Custody Is Critical to Electronic Data Destruction

August 24th, 2022

Have you ever wondered what happens to the old IT equipment your company disposes of? The data destruction process is much more involved than throwing replaced hardware in the trash. When electronic data is disposed of, a comprehensive chain of custody takes place on the path to destruction. But what does that mean, and why […]

Pennsylvania Data Breach Notification Guidelines

June 29th, 2022

In our modern technological age, information continues to transition away from physical paperwork and become digitized. While the ability to access data electronically is convenient, not disposing of it carefully can be dangerous. Confidential information can fall into the wrong hands and lead to theft of bank money, stolen identities, and other problems during a […]

What Role Does Data Destruction Play in Cybersecurity?

April 12th, 2022

When most people think of cyber security, they imagine complicated passwords, authentication systems, or virtual firewalls that prevent malicious entities from accessing private information. While those programs undoubtedly play an important role, data destruction is also incredibly crucial to keeping data safe. This is the process of destroying data so that it’s no longer accessible. […]