Our Secure Document Storage Box & GDPR Compliance
Using a secure document box, Principled Storage prides itself in being a fully GDPR document storage solution. This is important for your organisation to ensure that you do not face any data breaches.
So lets start at the beginning.
Our secure document box is made from high-tensile, hard wearing, robust plastic. This safeguards contents from damage and the elements, including damp and moisture.
Each box is uniquely referenced with an RFID (radio frequency identification) which enables us to scan and find each box.
The unique reference is matched with the number on the security tag. Our security is tamperproof and has to be removed with a special knife.
Each box has three reference numbers on the label, however there is no mention of the client or the contents of the box.
Boxes and security tags are delivered to the client, who fills the box and secures it. The contents of the box are not seen by our employees and the box is only opened by the client when they request a box recall.
Additionally, all employees are DBS checked, our facilities are equipped with alarms, access control and CCTV at all times.
This means that your documents are under watch 24/7 and we will not see any information that you keep.
Principled Storage have secure locations across England.
Our staff are all security checked and personnel are trained to ensure the process is as simple and secure as possible.
Our Box & GDPR Compliance
All businesses are legally required to ensure data is stored securely under the GDPR regulations and Data Protection Act 2018. We pride ourselves in offering a fully GDPR compliant box, and service to ensure you do not face any data breaches.
Principled Storage play a market leading role in storing the country’s documentation, and this year our services were recognised by our peers and we were nominated for a total of six awards in the national Document Manager Awards. The categories we were nominated for included One to Watch: Product, Records Management Product of the Year and Service/Support Company of the Year amongst others!
COVID-19 has transformed work as we once knew it and focus on mental health in the workspace with remote work has become a central part of the pandemic’s ‘new normal’.
While the UK is no longer part of Europe, GDPR Post-Brexit remains relevant. If you continue to offer goods and services to EU residents post-Brexit, you must continue to be GDPR compliant.