The branch that you searched for does not have a page in your preferred language. Would you like to visit the branch page on the #CODE# site?
Protect your business from an information breach with a regularly scheduled paper shredding service.
Boxes and filing cabinets stuffed with old documents? Get our one-off document destruction service.
Storing or just erasing obsolete hard drives could cost you millions in a data breach. Let us securely destroy your electronic data.
Confidential information can be found on more than paper: we destroy CD-ROMs, USB drives, and data tapes.
From uniforms to identity cards, speciality shredding destroys information wherever it’s found.
Help your business prepare for The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) with our GDPR Awareness workshop.
Get a Quote
• 47% of small businesses that have suffered a data breach say it was the result of deliberate theft or sabotage, yet the number of UK SMEs saying they have no information security training policies in place has risen 10% in two years.
View Press Release
Eighty-four per cent of UK small business owners and 43% of senior executives of large companies are unaware of the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation, according to Shred-it’s seventh annual Security Tracker research, conducted by Ipsos.
Spring has sprung – and it’s not just your home that could use a seasonal makeover, your business operations could also benefit from some serious decluttering.
UK workers have pivotal role in encouraging their bosses and colleagues to mitigate the risk of fraud caused by a data breach.
It’s the time of year when businesses nationwide will be looking at budgets, contracts and plans for 2017. But if companies don’t know information security fact from fiction, their private data is at risk.
London, 12 July 2016 – Businesses need to ensure their workforce fully understands how to protect confidential information while working from home and travelling over the summer holiday or they could face a data breach, Shred-it, the UK’s leading data destruction company, has warned.
UK companies are leaving themselves open to physical data theft as many divert their attention and resources to tackling other risks such as cyber crime, the UK’s largest information destruction company, Shred-it, has warned.
Businesses in the UK are putting the confidential information of their customers and employees at risk by not disposing of electronically-stored data securely, the UK’s largest information destruction company has warned today.
Fill out the form or call 0800 197 1164 to start protecting your business today!