Security, destruction and confidentiality agreements are subject to compliance with the law, allowing you to assume your responsibility to ensure the security of customer and employee information. The staff of these companies are subject to extensive three-step background screening to ensure that no person with a history of related offences is known with confidential material. Companies that offer NAID-certified shredders offer an extra layer of security and privacy. At Gilmore Services, we pride ourselves on being NAID certified to protect your data to the highest standards. Call us to learn more about how we can crush, scan and store your information properly for you. Both a collection device and a GST are temporarily secure sites where confidential material is stored before being destroyed by a factory. A collector must meet the same requirements as a facility-based facility, with the exception of destruction facilities and the CCTV system. With a collection device, confidential material is not processed and containers are therefore secured at all times and never opened. Confidential equipment must be returned to the factory for destruction within 3 working days.
A GST must meet the same requirements as a facility-based facility, with the exception of destruction equipment. With a GST, confidential material can be processed and a GST must therefore be reviewed. Confidential equipment must be returned to the factory for destruction within 15 working days. Vlad Vasak, chairman of the Certification Rules Committee, of K2 Partners, said the safety specifications for approving product destruction were different from those of media destruction. Yes, yes. To do this, please send the form, an interim waiver for the use of mobile destruction devices in a factory. The waiver application is forwarded for approval to the certification review body. If approved, you must submit to a trial for this operation. To address concerns about these challenges, service providers who add product destruction confirmation to their NAID AAA certification must describe in writing with the customer the destruction process that must be used for each product destruction project and for each item, and register it for review.
In addition, staff confidentiality agreements must contain a language in which the employee accepts that products accepted for destruction are considered confidential and that the employee`s withdrawal or use constitutes dismissal and may be the subject of possible criminal prosecution. In 2018, NAID and another professional association, the Professional Records and Information Services Management (PRISM), were merged under a new umbrella organization called the International Secure Information Governance – Management Association (i-SIGMA). The aim of this parent organization is to ensure consistency and cooperation in the certification of both destruction companies, data management companies and companies that do both. Yes, yes. To do so, you must file a letter stating that the temporary employment agency knows that the equipment is confidential, that it assumes fiduciary responsibility for the equipment, and that its employees have conducted substantive reviews consisting of the same requirements as the NAID AAA certification.