Langhorne, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/01/2019 -- In today's data-driven world, technology has become a necessary component of running a business. Both personal and company information is stored on digital platforms for safe keeping, as well as for convenience. However, information security should be a priority for every business owner. While digitization has many benefits, a major concern for many business owners is data breaches, which can cost businesses a considerable amount of money. Data breaches can also result in serious legal implications that Keystone Technology Management helps business owners avoid.
It is vital to protect sensitive company information by properly disposing of technology equipment. There are several laws that require protection and privacy of company, employee, and client information. Keystone Technology Management offers IT recycling solutions for safe, secure, and reliable destruction. HIPAA and FACTA laws dictate standards for data destruction and failure to follow them can lead to a series of consequences.
The two major laws that regulate data destruction are HIPAA and FACTA. HIPAA, also known as The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, was established to protect medical records and personal health information of patient's. FACTA, or The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003, was put in place to protect customers from identity theft. The implications of improper data destruction can be avoided by entrusting Keystone Technology Management for their disposal of data and off-network IT equipment. Not only do they serve all major industries, but they are compliant with environmental and data security regulations as well.
Those seeking IT recycling solutions in New York should contact Keystone Technology Management today by calling them at 800-419-7176.
About Keystone Technology Management
Keystone Technology Management is a Langhorne, PA-based company that specializes in the purchase, resale and environmentally friendly disposition of excess and off-network IT equipment. Since 2001, they have served businesses, major corporations and colleges in the Northeast and helped their clients prevent unnecessary threats to financial, legal, environmental and data-related security with secure hardware disposition and data destruction. Keystone Technology Management holds a R2:2013 certification and is consistently compliant with the requisite safety, environmental and data security regulations.
For more information, visit http://keystonetm.com.