Legacy Project Inc. provides secure disposal for paper and other types of media. If its confidential, we can destroy it. We have the capability of destroying material down to 3mm. Here is a list of the types of material we are capable of destroying:
And of course everything that can be recycled, is recycled !
ITS THE LAW !
Economic Espionage Act of 1996
The federal government will protect a company's trade secrets by imposing penalties against any person or entity that steals or discloses the trade secrets. These protections are only available if the company takes reasonable measures to preserve and protect its own trade secrets. As a result, improper documents disposal could result in a loss of this Acts protections.
Heath Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 - HIPPA
This law protects the privacy of patients health records by imposing limitations on the use of and disclosure of these records for health care providers and health care insurance and billing services. Failure to properly secure and dispose of patient information could result in fines and imprisonment depending on the severity of the event.
Identity Theft and assumption Deterrence Act of 1998
This law makes it a federal crime for anyone knowingly using the identity of another person with the intent to engage in unlawful activity. A company could be liable for not properly protecting an individuals private information by improperly disposing of their personnel information.
Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999
Financial institutions must insure the security and confidentiality of their customers. They must also protect against any unauthorized access or use of important information. Financial institutions can be subject to heavy fines and even imprisonment for its officers and directors.
Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act of 2003 - FACTA
This act is designed to reduce the risk of consumer fraud & identity theft by improperly disposing of consumer information. Any person who maintains or otherwise possesses consumer information for a business person must properly destroy discarded consumer information.
The first thing you have do is to determine if the material you are disposing of will put you or your company at risk if that information would fall into the wrong hands. If you are handling other peoples information, health care, financial, legal, state or government, that answer is definatly "yes".
The second thing you should do is to find a company that will help protect you and your company from identity and information theft. Protect you without robbing you themselves with ridiculously high prices.
FAST / SECURE SERVICE
* SHREDDING CONSOLES
* 65 GALLON ROLLING BINS
* 96 GALLON ROLLING BINS
* STORAGE CLEANOUTS
* FILE PURGES
* DAILY OR MONTHLY SERVICE
* DROP OFF WELCOME
* CERTIFICATE OF DESTRUCTION
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All Legacy Project employees have extensive background checks. They are also required to sign non-discloser forms to protect you and the information being collected. Under no circumstances are they allowed to disclose proprietarty information to anyone unauthorized to handle the information collected.
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You should know exactly how your proprietary information is handled and destroyed. How the material is collected, transported, shredded, and specifically who is destroying your material. Some companies will sub-out the work being performed or will hire personnel not authorized to handle your material. With Legacy Project, the same employee that collects your proprietary information will be the same one to transport and destroy it. Please call if you have any questions regarding the process in which your material will be handled.
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