Confidential Security

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Confidential Security Corporation (CSC) goes beyond secure destruction of confidential information. CSC is the company providing the assurance that your confidential documents are protected. Safeguarding your business’ confidential files is a top priority for our company, protecting you against identity theft and tampering as a first line of defense against illegal activity. As certified by the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID), CSC is the risk assessor that keeps your company compliant in a professional and economical manner.

How do we accomplish all of that? Take a look around our website and let us show you.

NAID-Certified Hard Drive Destruction

At CSC, we offer NAID-certified hard drive destruction for all types businesses and professionals. Our computer and hard drive destruction processes ensure that hard drives are completely destroyed, eliminating any risk of confidential information being leaked.

Paper Shredding Services

Our paper shredding services at CSC go beyond that of NAID requirements in using a single shred method. We take our process one step further by using a cross-cut (twice shred) paper shredding method. Additionally, we co-mingle all client records to leave absolutely no trace behind.


NAID AAA Certification: Beyond the Claims and Promises

What does it mean to be NAID Certified?

This short video explains the value of NAID Certification in establishing the ongoing compliance and security of data destruction companies. It also explains how, by selecting a NAID AAA Certified company, customers are actually fulfilling important regulatory requirements to validate the policies and procedures of their data destruction company contain specific language and provisions.

Tom Simpson featured on the RIMproReport

Tom Adams of RIMproReport weekly talk show recently interviewed Tom Simpson for the show. Click on the player above to listen, or visit the link below for the full report:
RIM Pro Report Interview

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