Protect your Business with Electronic Vaulting
We live in a time where honesty and integrity don’t go as far as it used to. It’s unfortunate but true. There are predators out there who will take any information they can for their benefit, and they don’t care who is affected.
The fact of the matter is most businesses are at risk for letting confidential information fall through the cracks. Why? The government needs every company to keep most of their information for some years in case they need to do an audit, check employee records or for any number of different reasons.
This makes any business a prime target for would-be thieves hoping to make a quick buck or worse – steal millions. The reason why they target companies is that there is a lot of information at their disposal and they can get it quickly and easily. This wouldn’t be the case if every business stored their documents safely.
So where does this leave you? Because you need to store your information for long periods of time, you should highly consider using a secure, off-site location for your media tapes. Leaving these files in a cabinet or on a computer could make you an easy target.
Protect Your Customer Information with Offsite Media Storage:
What would you do if someone gained access to part or all of your customer database information? How long do you think you would stay in business? The fact is, you may be at risk for letting this information find its way into the wrong hands.
Every single receipt, bill or work order contains some critical information that thieves can use. Even something as minute as a customer name or phone number can put you, and more importantly, your valuable customer at risk.
The safest way for you to protect your customer database is by using an offsite media storage service. Using a secure facility like the ones offered by Vital Vaulting can give you peace of mind and protect you and your customers.
Protect Employee Information with Offsite Media Storage:
Employees are essential to the success of any company. You, as a business owner, owe it to your employees to keep their information completely safe.
When a new employee is hired, they give your business nearly all of their confidential information including their address, phone number, bank account numbers, social security numbers, past employment, marital status – the list goes on and on. Just one of these bits of information can be used for identity theft. If you keep this information stored improperly, a potential thief could ruin an employee’s life for many years and from dozens of different angles.
Using the vaulting storage service offered by Vital Vaulting can give you and your employees peace of mind knowing that their information is safe and secure.
Learn how our secure facilities can keep your information safe.