Nowadays, more and more companies are storing personal and client information on computers. Gone are the days of stuffing filing cabinets to the brim. Welcome to the digital age, where everything we could ever possibly need is at our fingertips. We have the ability to create lists of thousands of customers and input them into bills, pay stubs, insurance claims – the list goes on. But, as Uncle Ben from the Spider Man universe would say, “Great power comes with great responsibility.”
You and I aren’t the only ones with access to the internet.
What do we do about it? Data Security is a crucial part of our company, because we deal with client’s personal information every day. It’s not only about placing firewalls on your computer, but Data Security also starts and ends with us. So, what is Data Security, and what do we do to protect our client’s data?
Let’s Start Here.
What is Data Security?
Data Security is the process of maintaining the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of an organization’s data. It is done in a manner consistent with our risk strategy, security architecture and response plans. Keeping your data secure is not only a program or a system, but also a culture. We live and breathe data security.
What kind of Data needs to be protected?
Any and all personal information needs to be protected. You are trusting us with the information of your clients. Be it 10 people or 10 Million, every single person’s data matters.
Here are some examples of the kinds of data that need to be protected:
And any other individually identifiable information
What do we do to keep your Data safe?
L & D Mail Masters is a SOC 2 Type II certified business, and with that comes strict safety measures that everyone in our facility follow, including all employees and visitors. We are guided by the Trust Service Principles – security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy.
Data Security matters because it protects not only yourself and your clients, but it shows that their information is safe with you. Establishing trust is just another step in securing lifelong clients that keep coming back year after year.
For more information on how we can help you with Data Security, please contact your Account Executive today!