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Keystone Mobile Shredding uses state of the art equipment to securely and efficiently destroy your confidential material at your location. We do all shredding ON-SITE.

First Columbia Bank

"Karen, your contributions to the Identity Theft Seminar were very valuable. It is evident that both you and your husband are passionate about protecting the privacy of individuals and businesses. We appreciate you taking time from your busy schedule to give back to our community."

— Sally B. Tucker, Marketing Coordinator
First Columbia Bank & Trust Co.

Horizon Federal Credit Union

"Horizon Credit Union has utilized the services of Keystone Mobile Shredding, Inc., for over four years. I feel confident knowing that our members' information is being destroyed in a secure and safe manner."

— John Sharp, CEO, Retired
Horizon Federal Credit Union

Little League Baseball

"Little League Baseball has been very pleased with the services provided by Keystone Mobile Shredding. Our staff have found the process to be very simple, easy to use, and a cost-effective approach to dealing with destruction of documents. We are also pleased with the confidentiality of the entire process."

— Dave Houseknecht, CFO
Little League Baseball & Softball

Most Recent Articles

Two Ways Tax Scammers Might Target You

It’s that time of year — tax time. It’s also a great time to get up to speed on tax-related scams. Here are two ways tax scammers might target you: Tax Identity Theft This kind of identity theft happens when someone files a fake tax return using your personal information — like your Social Security number — to get a tax refund or a job. You find out about it when you get a letter from the IRS saying: more than one tax return was filed in your name, or IRS records show wages from an employer you don’t know If you get a letter like this, contact the IRS Identity Protection Specialized Unit at 800-908-4490. You can find more about tax identity theft at and  IRS Impostor Scams This time scammers aren’t pretending to be you — they’re posing as the IRS. They call you up saying you owe taxes, and threaten to arrest you if you don’t pay right away. They might know all or part of your Social Security number, and they can rig caller ID to make it look like the call is coming from Washington, DC – when it could be coming from anywhere. Leaving you no time to think, they tell you to put the money on a...

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Selecting a shredding vendor – it IS a big deal.

Did you know that businesses are required by law to validate the qualifications of their data-related vendors, including the vendor’s adherence to regulatory requirements? You must show due diligence in selecting your vendors. NAID (National Association for Information Destruction) “AAA” Certification does that for you. In validating the service providers’ compliance, the NAID Certification actually helps your company to be compliant. A shredding company who is NAID “AAA” Certified is providing a value-added service to you and saving time because the qualifications already meet all compliance regulations. These vendors are audited on 40 specific points related to proper document handling and disposal. And you can check the NAID website to actually verify the credentials at...

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Hoarding Files can be Hazardous to your Business Health

We’re all guilty of saving documents in case we ever need to look something up. But did you know that retaining old files can increase liability for your business? Every business should have a written Policy for Records Retention and Information Classification. The decision for how long to store records, when to get rid of them and the degree of security required should be determined by this policy. Your business should enlist the expertise of legal counsel, your accountant,...

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Another Day, Another Data Breach…

Another day, another data breach in the news…Apple, Home Depot, Target, TJ Maxx, JP Morgan, and yes, even Dairy Queen was hacked recently. ID thieves are constantly looking for data bases to steal the personal information of consumers. They steal this data to commit crimes such as financial, medical, and government benefits fraud. Data breaches are so common in the news lately that consumers are becoming numb and left feeling helpless and vulnerable. The personal data of millions of...

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Have You Done The Math?

Recently, our Business Development Manager, Brian, was discussing our secure on-site shredding service with the manager of a car dealership. Brian was explaining the simplicity of using our multi-console service and the cost savings associated with it. The car dealership manager (let’s call him Tom) said that he purchased 10 office shredders for his staff. Brian told him that our service was both economical and environmentally friendly. Tom was sure that office shredders were the better bargain. Brian asked...

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“Your company is top notch!”

“Your company is top notch! The professionalism and services you provide exceed today’s standards”.  Kind words from Valerie Cook, Assistant Director of Procurement Services at Bucknell...

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Is there a “Weak Link” in your Chain of Custody?

  In the document destruction industry, “chain of custody” is the possession and movement of physical documents and media from the time that they are obtained until they are completely destroyed. Chain of custody is very important because it includes every person in your organization and in the shredding company who comes in contact with your confidential information. It is reasonable to assume that the shorter the “chain”, the less people have access to the information. This reduces the...

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Are You Recycling Too Much (Information)?

Municipalities encourage consumers to recycle many materials including glass, aluminum and tin cans, newspapers, corrugated cardboard, chipboard, plastics and magazines. The acceptable materials list also includes junk mail. The “junk mail” description of our local recycling center lists envelopes, credit card applications, flyers, glossy ads, office paper, and notebook papers as acceptable. On a recent trip to my community recycling center, it was discouraging to see that consumers are careless about the paper documents that they are recycling. There...

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