What Does Your Copier Say About You?

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Pay attention to the hard drive on your copier or scanner. It could be storing social security numbers, payroll information, tax returns, health records and other personal and sensitive information. If someone accesses your company's old hard drive, you could face embarassment, mandatory disclosures and even penalties for disclosure of the information. Employers and financial institutions should be especially careful to scrub their hard drives.

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