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Bradshaw Shredding can confirm that following the latest announcement from the Prime Minister it is business as usual subject to following the latest government guidance with regard to protecting our staff and customers.
Confidential information doesn't just exist on paper, and in order to prevent a data breach and violation of GDPR and data protection regulations or business identity fraud, you need to destroy your hard drives and other electronic storage devices securely - and permanently
Unfortunately, wiping a hard drive and reinstalling the operating system on top won't destroy all of the data that's been held on it. It is similar for other media that holds data. Even taking a hammer to a hard drive, USB stick, mobile phone, etc may not fully destroy all information on it. Fraudsters often have sophisticated tools and software to retrieve data that appears to be lost or removed. The only way to be sure your data is completely gone is to securely destroy your data and storage devices
Information deleted from hard drives and other devices still leave residual data which can be easily recovered and misused if in the wrong hands. Ensure all unwanted or outdated hardware is disposed of in the appropriate manner
Simply, conveniently and securely destroy the data held on your electronic devices and permanently destroy them with our secure media destruction service. For more information, ring your local office or contact us - we're glad to help!