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New Cannon Confidential Website Helps Businesses

19 March 2012

The new EU data protection proposals recently announced bring increased regulatory compliance requirements, along with the potential threat of increased fines and brand damage due to non-compliance.

To help educate the market on what is and is not legally required, Cannon Confidential, leading providers of confidential waste removal and secure shredding solutions, have launched a new website full of factual advice.

The website offers help and advice on current legislation and compliance. All companies in the UK are subject to the Data Protection Act and must demonstrate that they have taken steps to protect personal information whether in paper or electronic form. Failure to provide evidence of destruction can result in fines and prosecution.

Alastair Lewis, Commercial Director, commented: 'With fraud and identity theft levels rising in the UK, the demand for the secure removal and destruction of confidential business materials including paper documents, magnetic media and even the destruction of unwanted branded uniforms has never been more apparent. The new Cannon Confidential website offers independent advice to businesses and a quick, cost effective solution if required.'

To support customers, the new Cannon Confidential website also offers clients the opportunity to view their online account via a secure online payment system. The new website can be viewed at www.cannonconfidential.co.uk .
 
With strategically located secure collection depots throughout the UK and a dedicated fleet of vehicles fitted with onboard tracking devices, phones and immobilisers, Cannon Confidential can provide services to all business sectors from blue-chip companies, banks, building societies and government departments, to those who work from home.

For more information please contact:
Website: www.cannonconfidential.co.uk  


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