Shredding Gets Feb Push

June 2005
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jun2005, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p58
Trade Publication
This article comments on Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of the U.S. While security executives may already be aware of past versions of the legislation, which mandated certain procedures to be followed when using credit reports as part of a background check prior to making a hiring decision, newer provisions go farther. When records are destined for disposal, storage and disposal functions may overlap. Secure waste receptacles look like typical steel trash cans with hinged doors at the top, but they prevent the removal of material even if they are turned upside down.


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