According to a data revealed via The Plain Dealer; from the moment the City Council decided to lift the moratorium on fining their residents for recycling violations and curbside garbage three months ago, a total of 3,132 citations have been issued by the service department for about $387,000 in fines. This data reveals that only about 14% of those cited … Read More
Target to pay a $7.4 Million Fine for Illegally Depositing E-Waste inside Trash Target has been illegally depositing hazardous e-waste and other sensitive waste and medical materials in the trash for four years. The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office has confirmed that target was slapped with a $7.4 million fine by California for breaking the state’s laws on e-waste recycling … Read More
AWS introduces a new feature targeted at preventing accidental leaks of S3 data The web services division at Amazon has introduced a new AWS security feature to prevent any accidental exposure of data occasioned by S3 data storage buckets misconfiguration. From now henceforth, people with AWS accounts will now be able to access four brand new options through their S3 … Read More
CyberCrunch™ News: Advice on safe, secure data destruction and electronic recycling Welcome to our monthly newsletter, a guide to protecting your organization from data breaches with advice on data destruction and recycling. This month, we’ll look at how data privacy laws could become stricter in the US following GDPR and a newly passed law in California. If your organization is … Read More
CyberCrunch™ News: Advice on safe, secure data destruction and electronic recycling Welcome our monthly newsletter, designed to help you avoid data breaches and manage your data destruction more effectively. This month, we’ll show you how important it is to have the proper certification when destroying data. We’ll also discuss the data destruction best practices for the new HIPAA privacy rules, … Read More
Greensburg-based CyberCrunch, a data destruction and e-waste recycling company, will donate refurbished laptops to Westmoreland County residents and organizations in need.