How Secure Is Your Mail?

How Secure Is Your Mail?

securemailIn this day of heightened security awareness, how secure is your mail?

Not only the piece of paper in an envelope, but what about your data?

 

Let’s take it from the top:
Is your data transmitted to your printer in a secure transmission? Do you know that it was securely received and when? Do you know that what you transmitted is what was received?

What about the printed piece? Is the print facility secure? Is it video monitored? Is visitor access restricted? Are data servers and processing centers secured and with limited access?

Once printed, are steps taken to ensure that there is no “double feeding” of documents into a single envelope? Is there a process to track an individual mail piece from beginning to end? Is there record that all printed pieces are accounted for and inserted to an envelope?

What happens once this piece of paper is printed, folded, and inserted? Is your mail retrieved by the USPS? If so, is that USPS truck sealed – meaning only authorized USPS employees may remove that mail from the truck?

Just a few questions to ponder – and perhaps to ask of your print and/or mail provider before your next mailing.

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  1. #1 by Robert W Bell on January 31, 2014 - 2:04 pm

    AccuZIP has now been certified as SOC 2 compliant database and processor!

  2. #2 by ltsblogstaff on February 12, 2014 - 2:14 am

    This really got me thinking. I have thought about the effectiveness of the security of the mailing system but not thoroughly though. Thanks for taking this into light.

    • #3 by strahmautomation on February 12, 2014 - 9:42 am

      I’m glad to hear this got you thinking about your mail security. Thanks for commenting!

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