“After two years of concerted effort, we are very proud to have finally reached this prestigious milestone”, said Randy Westbrook, General Manager. “Since our inception in 2004, Royal Shredding has been concerned with providing the best possible security
(PRWEB) November 4, 2010
Royal Shredding, the longest serving NAID Certified Mobile Document Destruction service provider in Canada, takes great pride in announcing that it has become NAID Certified in all possible areas of information destruction. NAID, the National Association for Information Destruction, is the international trade association for companies providing information destruction services and worldwide watchdog of information security.
The mission of NAID (http://www.naidonline.org/) is to promote the information destruction industry and the standards and ethics of it members. Earning NAID AAA Certification on all available services ensures Royal Shredding’s compliance with the most strict security protocol available. Employee hiring and screening practices, policies, procedures, equipment, security systems, and employee knowledge are all scrutinized in the security audit. NAID also performs random unannounced security audits throughout the year to ensure thorough compliance.
About Royal Shredding
Founded in 2004, Royal Shredding Inc. provides an ever evolving set of information management services to businesses and individuals in Southern Ontario. The solutions provided permit; the clientele to better protect their privacy and that of their customers, to better manage the information through its life cycle, and, to have that life cycle end in a very “green” fashion. Some of the many services available are: mobile document destruction, plant based document destruction, off-site document destruction, hard drive destruction, micro-media destruction, electronic media destruction, product destruction, packaging destruction, records management facility, secure document transportation, Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) Collection Site(http://www.ontarioelectronicstewardship.ca/) , and disintegration.