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November 09, 2011


Cindy Galford

I suppose the sticky note on my desktop, warning my grandchildren "DO NOT TOUCH THIS COMPUTER OR YOU WILL BE IN BIG TROUBLE", would not be considered a top of the line security plan...


I am going to read Pub 4557 that's for sure. I am required by my bank products supplies to have locking file cabinets and a safe. I went to a shred service years ago. Thanks!

Randy Eickhoff

Great blog on the importance of securing client information. Thanks for sharing it! Already re-tweeted it!!

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