GPDR Service

What is GDPR? : GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) is Europe’s new framework for data protection laws. Brought in May 2018 and replaces the previous 1995 data protection directive and it is to protect peoples’ data and ensure it is handled fairly and responsibly. Enterprises of all sizes now have a responsibility to protect peoples and organisations data. Safeguarding against the misuse of information stored in paper form or digitally is a priority for any company or person. Information is a serious business, as are the fines from the ICO for it’s mishandling.

Turtle Document Management has a commitment to manage and deliver secure shredding, scanning and archiving services. We adhere to the best practice possible when dealing with any of your data and strictly follow the guidelines set out within GDPR. Our processes ensure protection against any potential identity theft or data breaches.

  • Dedicated vetted staff make all collections
  • Our vehicles are secure and GPS tracked
  • A time and date stamped collection note is supplied
  • Our premises are secure and monitored
  • A cross cut shredder is used
  • Secure delivery of shredded data to the Mill and is 100% recycled
  • A certificate of destruction is supplied
 
 
Turtle can supply these lockable consoles to ensure your GDPR compliance and keep your confidential data secure
prior to shredding. 
 
We can cater for regular or one off pick ups of your paper shredding. Single consoles or multiple ones can be supplied. Once filled, simply call or email to arrange the secure collection, shredding & recycling of your data. 
 
Get your custom quote for your office. 
 
Please give us a call or email to discuss your individual requirements, no matter how big or small. 
 
  • GDPR compliant process
  • We collect from London & the south east
  • Choice of bins or secure sealable sacks
  • No contract required
  • All paper recycled to reduce your carbon footprint 
  • We are ICO registered and hold a waste carriers licence

 

Further information about GDPR can be found in the links below:

 

Introduction to General Data Protection Regulation https://youtu.be/n5WJOncaHt4

ICO Guide to the General Dara protection Regulation (GDPR) https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-data-protection/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/

Introduction to GDPR https://youtu.be/2Tkn9q2ZNKk

 

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