Secure Document Destruction 

Who Needs Secure Document Destruction?

Public or private companies, agencies, institutions, and individuals dealing with sensitive documents - from tax returns, payroll data and personnel files to customer lists, financial records and bank statements. Companies and institutions that are converting records to document images, microfilm or microfiche are especially encouraged to utilize document destruction services.

You Can Trust MinnKota To Protect All Of Your Sensitive Documents

Document destruction is a key force in combating security leaks. Experts indicate that North America’s businesses suffer losses in excess of 10 billion dollars annually due to security leaks, most of which are the result of easy access to a firm's office trash. Either on or off-site destruction services ensure security, privacy and regulatory compliance.

MinnKota can help your company save time, money and provide peace of mind. Our expertise has helped clients meet Federal Regulations, such as HIPAA, Gramm-Leach Bliley, Sarbanes-Oxley, FACTA and other regulations that impact security and privacy.

Your sensitive materials including hard drives can be destroyed at our plant based facility. Documents only are also able to be destroyed using our mobile document destruction truck which is equipped with the latest technology in the industry for collecting and destroying documents. From our initial contact identifying your company's needs, to assuring complete destruction of your records, MinnKota's document destruction service eases fears of paper-related security leaks

NAID AAA Certification

The National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) offers a voluntary annual operations certification program to its member companies through the program; NAID Active Members may seek annual certification audits for both Mobile and Plant-based operations. This certification program establishes minimum standards for employee hiring and screening, operations, the destruction process, and insurance as well as other security factors. Only security professionals with the Certified Protection Professional (CPP) accreditation conduct the audits. The CPP accreditation is issued by the American Society for Industrial Security. When a NAID Member passes the audit, they are issued a certificate, showing the company name, NAID Certification TM level, and the specific location of the NAID Certified TM operation." NAID Certification.

Mission Statement

"To protect client information as if it were our own and deliver reliable and responsive service to all of our clients."

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