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Stolen Laptops, Hard Drives Expose Over 100,000 People's Personal Data

The data potentially exposed includes names, addresses, phone numbers and Social Security numbers.

ICO Fines Insurance Firm after Hacked Card Details used for Fraud

An online holiday insurance company has been fined £175,000 by the ICO after IT security failings let hackers access customer records.

HP Predicts Major Cyber Attack in Next Five Years

HP predicts a catastrophic cyber attack in the next five years, according to HP enterprise services chief technology officer Andrzej Kawalec.

Anthem Data Breach: Health Insurer Failed to Encrypt Data that was Stolen in Industry's Biggest-ever Hack

Leaving information unencrypted makes it much easier for cyber-attackers to read information

Update: Top 5 Health Data Breaches

Anthem Incident Likely the Largest in Healthcare Sector

Stolen Devices Contained Data, 2,700 Senior Health Partners Members Notified

New York-based Senior Health Partners (SHP) is notifying roughly 2,700 members that a laptop and smartphone containing their personal information was stolen from the apartment of an assessment nurse employed by Premier Home Health, a business associate.

Government Loses Data on Three Police Inquiries

The UK government is investigating a potentially damaging data loss incident after admitting two discs containing information related to three highly sensitive police inquiries have gone missing.

Shoe Retail Chain Office Decommissions Servers after Security Breach

Shoe retail chain Office has decommissioned several of its servers that were compromised during a security breach that was first revealed in May 2014.

Why 2015 is Set to be a Record Year for Data Breaches

You dont need to be a big company to have sensitive data, every company is at risk, and reputational damage can be more painful than the fine that follows

Industry Winning Battle Against Free IT Disposal Services

Survey suggests majority of end users now accept that disposing of old IT equipment securely must potentially cost money

Why Discarded Hard Drives can be Dangerous

Sensitive data within those hard drives could someday end up in the wrong hands.

Fine Imposed after Prison Data Breach

The Ministry of Justice has been fined £180,000 by the data watchdog for serious failings in the way prisons have been handling information relating to inmates, victims and visitors.

XPO have always provided a high quality service.  Reliable, efficient and easy to use.  Always on time and professional with the disposal of equipment

Property Consultant, Birmingham Property Consultancy

We have used XPO IT Services on numerous occasions, each time we have been very pleased with the service that they provide. Their collection/recycling scheme is the best we have used (and we have used a few!). Great service and great value for money!

Senior IT Technician, Staffordshire Hospice

We have used the data destruction services of XPO IT on a number of occasions and have been exceptionally pleased with their levels of service, efficiency and customer care

IT Manager, Nottingham Solicitors

Glad we found out about this company. Now I can be assured that our redundant IT equipment is being correctly handled and we can get rid of our smaller WEEE waste streams in parallel

Purchasing Manager, Automotive Equipment Supplier

XPO IT offer an efficient and flexible collection service for the District Council IT disposals. They provide a Duty of Care Waste Transfer Note and Certificate of Disposal for every collection. Collection staff are always courteous and friendly and go about their work without causing any disruption to my working day

E-Business Admin Assistant, District Council

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