Posts Tagged ‘information disposal’

Disposal of Computers

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

Time to post some of the info from the 3rd of the articles from my June issue of “IT Compliance in Realtime Journal” before the month is over!
The 3rd article is “What to Tell Personnel: Disposal Security and Privacy.”
Here is a section from the article…


Business Leader Primer for Effective Information Disposal

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

I’ve been talking a lot lately about the need for business leaders to more effectively address the secure disposal of information, particularly personally identifiable information (PII). Why? Because it seems like more and more attention is being given to security technologies to protect day-to-day business…attention is good and MUST be done…but often it seems it is at the expense of then overlooking, or perhaps shrugging off, how to securely dispose of PII, systems, applications and hardware when they are no longer needed in the business. This has led to many information security incidents and privacy breaches.
I address the reasons why business leaders must give attention to information disposal in the second article of my May issue of IT Compliance in Realtime, “Business Leader Primer for Effective Information Disposal.
Download a PDF version to get a much nicer-looking copy, the super-duper graphic I put into the article, plus the sidebar information and facts. Here is an unformatted version of the article…