Richmond’s Document Shredding Solution
In 1822, a group of Austin’s colonists went up the Brazos River, stopping near present-day Richmond where they built a fort called “Fort Bend”. Named after Richmond, England, the town was among the 19 cities first incorporated by the short-lived Republic of Texas, in 1837. Early residents of the city include many prominent figures in Texas lore such as Jane Long, Deaf Smith, and Mirabeau Lamar, who are all buried in Richmond. On August 16, 1889, the town was the site of the “Battle of Richmond”, an armed fight culminating the Jaybird–Woodpecker War, a violent feud over post-Reconstruction political control of Fort Bend County. The mayor from 1949 until his death in 2012 was Hilmar Moore.
Dedicated to Keeping Richmond Safe
Proper document destruction is a very important part of doing business today. Not only does the law require proper data destruction, but clients and employees expect that you will safeguard their private information. Many consumers are concerned about identity theft, which has become the fastest growing crime in the U.S. It is also important to businesses that their trade secrets and confidential information are kept private. The consequences of improperly disposing of confidential information could cost your organization a lot of money, time, and embarrassment. Texas Security dedicates itself to keeping you protected by providing on-site shredding for your business or residence, one-time purges, and convenient drop off service.
Texas Security Shredding is Your Security Information Expert
TSS is committed to helping our clients develop policies and procedures that will safeguard their businesses and customers as well as providing outstanding service and competitive pricing. TSS is your information security expert. We take our job seriously and are dedicated to providing solutions to our clients by providing:
- On-Site NAID AAA Certified Document Shredding
- Assistance with Policies and Procedures
- Employee Training
- HIPAA Employee Training
- Identity Theft Prevention Training
- Shred Days
Every business collects and maintains sensitive information. Today, identity theft and information fraud is the fastest growing crime in the U.S. Many businesses still store paper files, if you are one of those businesses, you may be wondering what to do with those important documents that you no longer need. The best way to prevent a data breach is to contract with a NAID AAA Certified, on-site shredding vendor. This allows you to have the peace of mind that comes with the ability to observe the entire destruction process. Leaving the decision of whether a document is confidential or not purely to the employee’s discretion carries inherent risks. It is important for your organization to adopt a “shred everything, all the time, in the same manner” policy. Adopting such a policy can minimize your risk of exposure and liability by:
- Protecting Customers’ or Patients’ Privacy
- Preventing Identity Theft
- Obeying Laws
- Saving Space
- Protecting Your Employees and Your Company
With Texas Security Shredding, your employees can always discard sensitive documents in a safe and secure manner.