How Chain of Custody Is Critical to Electronic Data Destruction
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 […]Read More
Pennsylvania Data Breach Notification Guidelines
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 […]Read More
What Role Does Data Destruction Play in Cybersecurity?
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. […]Read More
The Dangers of Not Destroying Your Company’s Data
Many companies handle private information on a daily basis during their normal operations. However, if they don’t employ data destruction services when disposing of outdated electronics or old files, that sensitive information risks falling into the wrong hands. Here are four consequences of not destroying data for businesses. CONTACT US Please prove you are human […]Read More
Why Your Business Should Consider a Data Destruction Service
Data destruction services are the essential, practical side of corporate cybersecurity. Do you get the feeling that you’re missing something critical in your cybersecurity strategy? While you’re busy watching your network, servers, and endpoints for malware and data loss, you could be shipping off truckloads of former assets with fresh data for hackers to explore. […]Read More
What Are Some Steps We Can Take to Reduce E-Waste?
When businesses decide that the time is right to upgrade their technology and data storage, it represents a time of change. You bring in the latest hardware to build a solid foundation no matter what industry you’re in. Now, You need a plan on how to deal with your outgoing equipment. That’s where a certified […]Read More
To Shred or to Erase? That is the Question.
As you prepare to decommission your I.T. equipment, one of the most important tasks ahead of you is the proper destruction of confidential data and information. This is an essential security measure you must take to prevent hackers from accessing valuable information about your company, even if said information is latent or outdated. But which […]Read More
When Should You Consider a Data Center Hard Drive Refresh?
At Keystone Technology Management, we work with each client to help meet their specific needs. One of the ways we do this is through the customization of our data center hard drive refresh. But how do you know when it’s time to finally start the refreshing process? Today, we’re going to break down a few […]Read More
Why Should You Sell Your Used I.T. Networking Equipment?
Every business owner understands that technology will never stop evolving, and in order for your company to thrive in the long term, you need to stay up-to-date with your I.T. networking equipment. However, in the process of taking your company’s electronic equipment to the next level, a new problem emerges — just what can you […]Read More
What Should My Business Do With Old Hard Drives?
As a leading provider of hard disk shredding in New York and the surrounding states, Keystone Technology Management understands the gravity of sensitive information access. In today’s world, businesses and organizations simply can’t risk classified data stored on hard drives finding its way into the wrong hands. As such, proper hard drive data destruction is […]Read More