Secure document disposal is particularly important in some compliance environments -– those that require complete erasure of sensitive or private data -- either at the end of the document retention period or before used data-storage media can be re-used, removed or scrapped. Example requirements include consumer privacy laws –- particularly in Europe -– and the document security requirements defined by the US Department of Defense (DoD-5015.2 Standard).
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