SHRED WITH US DUE DILIGENCE
Shred With Us goes beyond our claim’s and promises by submitting to a close examination of every aspect of security. Our methods exceed compliance requirements and the standards we undergo provides our customers with a company (contractor) having proper accreditations and a willingness to be measured against the highest standards of scrutiny, in compliance to the stringent laws and regulations.
Shred With Us is a AAA Certified Member of NAID (National Association For Information Destruction) for mobile on-site destruction services. NAID is an industry association that sets rigorous criteria for certification to determine the competency and integrity of Disposal Companies. Shred With Us also has undergone and maintains certification as an Certified Information Privacy Professional by ASIS International (ID# 286007). Shred With Us management has sought and earned credentials and qualifications that are required by third party security Agencies that audits shredding services for AAA certification.
Methods of certifications are conducted by an impartial security professional that reviews policy and procedure manuals, daily operations while on location, employment records, insurance polices, promotional material, logs and paperwork to verify that the company meets the certification requirements.
SHRED WITH US EXCEED REQUIREMENTS
Shred With Us information security practice and procedures far exceed the standards required to meet the due diligence criteria set forth in the FTC guidelines. Before the FTC conception our over reaching security practices is the main reason why security-conscious organizations like the Federal Reserve Bank, the U. S. Department of Justice, the U. S. Attorney’s Office, the U. S. Secret Service, the Internal Revenue Service, and many Department of Defense (DOD)-certified contractors utilize our Company and technology on a regular basis.
In this context, due diligence for Proper Disposal of Consumer Information §16 CFR Part 682; could include reviewing an independent audit of the disposal company’s operations and/or its compliance with this rule; obtaining information about the disposal company from several references or other reliable sources; requiring that the disposal company be certified by a recognized trade association or similar third party; reviewing and evaluating the disposal company’s information security policies or procedures; or taking other appropriate measures to determine the competency and integrity of the potential disposal company.