theft protection Articles

  • Identity theft and internet

    The captivating issue of false identity on internet is already an old phenomenon, but until now no uniform legal response really exists. For some, anonymity is deemed to be a right, but for others, using a false identity will be a tort. Thus, the protection of the identity takes various forms, both in civil action and in criminal procedure. However, the question involves a second aspect, not only ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Identity Theft, new law about to send shredding on a tear

    Do you shred? If not, get ready to. You've heard about shredding. You understand that it's probably a good idea to shred any receipts that have your credit card numbers or other personal information on them to stop identity theft. You may have seen shredders at the office or noticed bulging trash bags of thin paper strips in the dumpster when you're walking the dog past a local ...


    By Shred-Tech Corp.

  • Attorney General Abbott Urges Texans To Shred Documents Containing Personal Information. “Shred It!” campaign helps consumers prevent identity theft

    Untitled Document ABILENE - Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today urged Texans to protect themselves from identity theft by shredding any ...


    By Shred-Tech Corp.

  • Legislation looks to protect consumers

    In 2008, 48,700 Western New Yorkers spent more than $230 million. The only trouble was, they didn't know it. During a conference call New York State Senator Charles Schumer presented legislation that he hopes will better inform consumers who have been victim of identity theft, as well as create requirements for companies who may withhold information from those victims. 'It's a problem affecting ...


    By Ameri-Shred Corp.

  • Preventing loss and protecting profits - Managing security & loss prevention

    Introduction Organisations attempting to combat shrinkage face an increasing barrage of challenges. Shoplifting continues to be a major problem for retail and data security is now pervasive across every industry. The increasing presence of cybercriminals and cyber terrorists pose a much greater threat, and a single hacker sitting in his bedroom can cause far more loss than any ...


    By Rivo Software Ltd.

  • FACTA law effects & paper shredders

    FACTA stands for 'Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act', a law that became effective in June 2005. The FACTA law requires companies that have one or more employees to provide them with proper document disposal equipment. In other words, according to the FACTA Law, important personal or business related documents have to be discarded in a safe way that thoroughly eliminates chances of ...


    By Ameri-Shred Corp.

  • Training programmes for the systems approach to nuclear security

    In support of the US Government and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Nuclear Security Programmes, Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) has advocated and practised a risk-based, systematic approach to nuclear security. The risk equation has been implemented as the basis for a performance methodology for the design and evaluation of Physical Protection Systems against a Design Basis ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • How to Keep Your SymphoniePRO Data Secure

    Data matters. The accuracy, consistency, and yes, safety of measurement data keep many wind developers and analysts up at night. Customers often ask about the digital and physical security of RNRG instruments, so I sat down with Michael Fisher, product manager for our wind resource assessment (WRA) line, to get answers to the most common questions. Q: Why is data security important? ...


    By Renewable NRG Systems

  • Steps toward DHS chemical facility anti-terrorism standard compliance

    Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released the final DHS Chemicals of Interest Appendix A to the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism standards. Whereas Appendix A was released on Nov. 2, it did not go into effect until it was published in the Federal Register on November 20, 2007 (FR# 223). This means the 60-day deadline to complete DHS's 'Top Screen' did not begin until this FR publication ...

  • The definition of solar street lights

    Defining Solar Street Light Solar street lights are gradually replacing widely used traditional public street lights. They have a crystalline silicon solar battery to supply power, a maintenance-free controlled battery to store electricity, a ultra-bright LED lamps as light source. And they are controlled by a smart charging and ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • A Talking Revolution - Water Governance Dialogues in Kenya

    A pilot programme aimed at making Kenyan water users and providers become more aware of their rights and responsibilities proved such a success that it inspired similar programmes across Kenya. The pilot programme, started in 2009 by the UNDP Water Governance Facility at SIWI and Kenya Water for Health Organization (KWAHO) in the Bondo district in western Kenya, set out to strengthen the ...

  • Avenue 2 groundwater monitoring - Case Study

    Project Avenue 2 groundwater monitoring Client Henk van Tongeren of Bronbemaling BV, in collaboration with Reinders-Wessemius, Country The Netherlands Background and objective The tunnel that will run underneath Maastricht as of 2016 will have a length of 2.3 kilometres. A special mega ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • Healthcare Organizations And HIPAA – The Cost Of Non-Compliance

    When stories break in the media of medical files with patient information found in dumpsters, or laptops with unencrypted data left in cabs or stolen from offices, one element that is often overlooked is that the medical offices in question are usually in possession of full HIPAA Compliance certification. All the necessary ‘I’’s have been dotted and ‘t’’s ...


    By Convergepoint

  • What you need to know about Lone Working

    Staying safe and being prepared for the unexpected With lone working on the rise lately a lot of people may be wondering; exactly what constitutes this practice and what are the health & safety requirements? A lone worker is essentially defined as an employee who works by themselves without direct supervision, perhaps on a remote site, in their own home or on the move. It can ...


    By SHEilds Ltd

  • Shred-Tech Tears Up the Industry

    Hospitals, government institutions, banks, law firms and corporate offices—all worry about liability associated with the confidential documents they handle. Even corporate marketing plans, blueprints, and personnel and payroll records are potential powder kegs if confidential information becomes public. Not surprisingly, many entrepreneurs are profiting from all this corporate angst—and it's ...


    By Shred-Tech Corp.

  • Department of Homeland Security publishes list of chemicals for security rule

    On November 1st The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) posted on the Internet (www.dhs.gov) a Final Rule and Matrix List (Appendix A) identifying chemicals of interest (COI) that define coverage pursuant to Section 550 of the Homeland Security Appropriations Act of 2007 (Section 550). The rule was also published in the Federal Register on November 20th. This Final Rule establishes three ...

  • Solar water pumps for the uganda orphanages case study

    Solar Water Pumps for two Ugandan orphanages  The Challenge ...


    By SCL Water

  • How to Turn Waste Paper into Biomass Pellets

    How to Turn Waste Paper into Biomass Pellets Along with the development of human civilization, the number of waste paper has a gradually increase trend every year. It is seen everywhere. Many ways have been researched to recycle the waste paper, while the waste paper has been polluted and there are many toxic substances contained, so it is not good for ...


  • 5 Cloud Security Tips For Keeping Your Business Data Safe

    Cloud storage presents many benefits for the convenient availability of data, but confidentiality risks should be considered at all times. In the unfortunate event of a data breach, businesses are required to prove they had substantial Information Security measures in place to have avoided it; otherwise they could face prosecution and hefty fines. “When we talk ...


    By QMS International Ltd

  • The Human Element

    Humans are the weakest part of your information security system Michael Brophy, Certification Europe’s CEO, highlights why the human element is the weakest part of your information security system and sets out how to prevent data breaches. “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” - George ...


    By Certification Europe

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