What to Shred 2017-12-11T18:27:31+00:00

What to Shred? – Protect Your Company And Its Assets

Every business produces confidential information regarding its employees, clients, or assets. As such, protecting your business’ secure data from falling into the wrong hands is not just a good business practice, it’s the law.

When these laws are ignored, a business exposes itself to the dual risk of criminal exploitation and civil prosecution.

IDSAutoshred protects your data and confidential information from ever falling into the wrong hands through our secure document destruction process.

IDSAutoshred is your local leader in on-site document destruction.

Contact us for a free assessment of your business document destruction needs. We’re glad to help!

Look Below for Suggested Confidential Data to Shred

Contact us today to discuss your paper and asset destruction needs.

Client Data

  • Business plans
  • Cancelled checks
  • Computer reports
  • Credit card numbers
  • Executive correspondence
  • New product information
  • Obsolete collateral
  • Photographs
  • Presentations
  • Price/inventory lists
  • Proposals and quotes
  • Proprietary documents
  • Receipts/invoices
  • R&D files/data
  • Supplier Records

Files and Records

  • Account records
  • Activity Sheets
  • Applications
  • Appraisals
  • Audits
  • Bank statements
  • Budgets
  • Competitive information
  • Computer records
  • Contracts
  • Correspondence
  • Diligence files
  • Disciplinary reports andPromotions
  • Fax machine ribbons
  • Financial records
  • Insurance records
  • Intellectual property records
  • Internal memos
  • Invoices
  • Legal documents
  • Manuals
  • Market research
  • Marketing material
  • Obsolete contracts
  • Official notices
  • Payroll records
  • Performance Appraisals
  • Personnel files
  • Phone records
  • Planning documents
  • Price lists
  • Purchase receipts
  • Sales forecasts
  • Strategic Reports
  • Tax records
  • Training information
  • X-rays

Personal Information

  • Addresses
  • ATM receipts
  • Bank account information
  • Bank statement
  • Brokerage account information
  • Cancelled & voided checks
  • Credit & debit card numbers
  • Credit reports and histories
  • Drivers’ license numbers
  • Employee pay stubs
  • Employment records
  • Health and safety issues
  • Insurance policy data
  • Investment documents
  • Medical and dental records
  • Passport number
  • Resumes
  • Social Security number
  • Telephone number
  • Tax forms
  • Travel itineraries
  • Used airline tickets

Non-Document Destruction

  • CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/DVDs
  • Computer Backups
  • Microfiche
  • X-Rays
  • Videotapes
  • Cassette Tapes
  • Casino Chips
  • Product Samples
  • Prototypes
  • Hard Drives
  • Clothing & Uniform