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Information Destruction Date

by msecadm4921

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is hosting its second annual Information destruction conference and exhibition on June 8, at the National Motorcycle Museum by the Birmingham NEC.

The aim of the organisers is to share best practice among suppliers and service providers within the information destruction industry.

Organisers say that with continuous legislative changes impacting the way sensitive information is handled and companies facing hefty fines – as well as negative repercussions on customer confidence – as a result of data breaches, effective information destruction is being increasingly highlighted as an essential requirement for businesses.

The 2010 inaugural heard presentations from organisations such as Cambridge Professional Academy, SCA Recycling UK Ltd, Statius Management Services and KPMG LLP, on a range of topics including mergers and acquisitions, marketing and strategy and recycling for profit.

Russell Harris, Chairman of the BSIA’s Information Destruction Section, says: “This year the event promises to bring even more of an insight into what is topical in the world of information destruction. Presenters will include the Information Commissioner’s Office Lead Policy Officer – David Reynolds – David Crook – Managing Director of Arjowiggins Graphic – speaking about closed loop recycling and the sustainability aspect of the business, and Martin Hutchins – Director of the Cambridge Professional Academy – tackling specialist sales training. The event provides a perfect platform for industry suppliers to exhibit their products and services and engage with their target customer base.”

The BSIA has secured sponsorship from two suppliers. Any business interested in either exhibiting or attending this event should ring the BSIA events team on 0845 389 0743 or email [email protected]

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