Trust Us with Your WA Records Management Needs
At Access Washington, our PRISM Privacy PLUS Certified records centers are fully equipped with innovative security features and solutions to provide the highest quality of file imaging, records destruction and document management services for your Washington organization. We’ve become the largest privately held RIM provider in the nation because our clients know they can trust us with their sensitive information. Our state-of-the-art facilities feature:
- Biometric requirements for records access.
- Surveillance systems that continually monitor both indoors and outdoors.
- Barcode-based inventory processes with point-to-point tracking.
- Secure, web-hosted inventory management.
- Temperature and humidity regulating climate systems.
- Magnetic shielding properties that exceed fire-rating standards.
- Environmentally friendly fire suppression structures.
We are also NAID AAA Certified to provide document destruction services throughout Washington state. Whether you need to shred printed files or computer hard drives containing outdated sensitive information about your company, or you’re a homeowner with a trove of unnecessary bills, statements, invoices or other private data, we have 18 convenient drop-off shred service locations. For those larger shredding jobs, call us today to schedule a pickup or to make an on-site shredding appointment.
As an added benefit, Access Washington can provide thorough and reliable third-party document retrieval services for law firms and legal departments through the use of subpoenaing and/or medical release forms. Contact us today for the litigation support your firm needs.
Washington State Year-End Review
An eye-opening report from USA Today shows that 43% of all companies were affected by data breaches throughout the last year. Check out these examples of Washington companies that weren’t prepared with secure records management systems:
- Class-action lawsuits against Fort Wayne-based Medical Informatics Engineering (MIE) will now be handled locally. Read more about the medical data breach suits staying in state.
- Credit-reporting company, Experian, experienced a data breach that affected more than 329,000 Washington state T-Mobile customers. Check out the Attorney General’s advice to consumers about guarding against identity theft.
- In April 2015, the Washington state governor signed a bill into law strengthening the state’s data breach notification law. Read more about the amendments that expanded the notification requirements.