D■ Metro Service espite a move toward a more digital and mobile workplace, a recent survey by Shred-it shows paper is here to stay, with most businesses reporting hard copies of documents will either increase or remain the same. As a result, it is critical that businesses protect their information in all forms while ensuring they have the correct policies in place. Three common practices routinely put businesses at risk of a security breach, so it’s imperative to avoid these common pitfalls. An awareness of these bad habits can help businesses protect themselves and their sensitive information. 1. Recycling paper in blue bins: Although the documents are ultimately recycled and destroyed,
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