Disposal

Private Information Decision Tree

The E. Philip Saunders College of Business provided the Decision Tree below. This should help you determine what to do with information the Identity Finder scan reports.

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IDF Decision Tree

Media Disposal Recommendations

Media Disposal Recommendations

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Media Disposal Method

Paper

Use a shredder. Crosscut is preferred over a strip shredder. 

Disposal of paper records containing Private or Confidential  information should be accomplished by crosscut (or better) shredding, placement in a locked document destruction bin, or through vendor-supplied services under a contract approved by Purchasing.

CD, DVD, diskette, etc.

Use the media shredder (located at the ITS HelpDesk, 7B-1113).

Hard Drives

If the hard drive is to be reused, contact

Keeping Safe

Keeping Safe: Guidelines and Best Practices

Not sure how to keep yourself, your information, and your devices safe? Click on the headings below for best practices, resources, and more; also be sure to check out our blog for more specific content, answers to your information security questions, and best practices guides!

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Securing your Computer

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Mobile Devices

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Document Destruction

Document Destruction

Updated June 11, 2014

Why Have Document Destruction Activities?

Document Destruction Activities provide a focused opportunity for RIT faculty and staff to archive securely or dispose of paper records that contain private information. Private Information includes financial account numbers, social security numbers, driver’s license numbers and other information that can be used in identity theft. Participation in this activity will enable RIT to secure Private Information that could otherwise be used to facilitate identity theft. Document Destruction Activities are part of the RIT Private Information Management Initiative,... ...