Threat Tuesday: Make Security Easy


You probably know Murphy’s Law: “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” Though we understand it as a statement of the cruelty of fate and the Universe, it actually has a deeper meeting for those who design systems that involve a human factor. Taken this way, Murphy’s Law can be summed up as: “If there are two ways of … Read More

Threat Tuesday: The Insider ITAD Threat


Many organizations are taking a serious look at insider security threats. While we hope we can trust those who work for us, there have been numerous cases where employees or contractors have “gone rogue” and caused a major security breach for their organization. But insider threats don’t just refer to malicious activity. Accidental actions or oversights can lead to security … Read More

CyberCrunch December Newsletter


With the New Year upon us, we want to take this opportunity to wish you a happy, safe, and enjoyable holiday season from all of us here at CyberCrunch. In this season of giving, you’ve put a lot of thought into what to get for your friends, family, and colleagues. But there’s one more thing that you can give to … Read More

Threat Tuesday: The California Consumer Privacy Act


In addition to holiday sales and end-of-year promotions, you’ve likely noticed another common theme in your email inbox this month: “Notice of Privacy Policy Update”. That’s because on January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act takes effect. This law, which was passed in 2018 and amended in 2019, is designed to regulate how companies store and use the personal … Read More

Threat Tuesday: Don’t Forget Your Phone

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Nearly all of us depend on our smartphones and tablets in one way or another — to stay connected, to look up information and to store notes, calendars and reminders, both for our personal lives and for our businesses. Because of that, cell phones are a huge target for data thieves. A poorly secured phone can yield all sorts of … Read More

Threat Tuesday: Manufacturing Technology and IIoT

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Manufacturing and industrial applications are increasingly taking advantage of advances in sensor, networking and control technology to improve and optimize processes. For example, sensors can alert a plant manager if a machine stops running, and even provide feedback on tolerances, temperatures, and other parameters — warning of problems before they happen.  And in pre-manufacturing operations, smart devices are being used … Read More

CyberCrunch offers special discount to ARROW Electronics Asset Disposition Customers


Nationwide ITAD provider to offer discounts to former ARROW Customers CyberCrunch the world’s fastest growing data destruction and e waste recycling firm, announces today it will welcome former Arrow Sustainable Technology Solutions customers by offering a 25 percent discount to their existing contracts through the end of 2019 with agreed upon contract extensions. This agreement comes on the heels of … Read More



Welcome to our newsletter, in which we aim to help your organization to protect yourself from data breaches as well giving you advice on data destruction and recycling. Welcome to the April edition of the CyberCrunch® newsletter. It’s nearly Earth Day, which we consider a very important reminder to look after the environment. In celebration, we are giving away $2,000! … Read More

CyberCrunch Announces Contest for Students in Celebration of Earth Day


Winners of the #CyberCrunchRecycling social media contest will receive $1,000. CyberCrunch, a certified, full-service data destruction and e-waste recycling company, announced today that it is hosting a video contest to award children in the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia area with a $1,000 giveaway. Electronics are the fastest-growing source of waste on the planet, and the U.S. is the largest producer of … Read More

CyberCrunch Recycling Becomes One of Handful of Companies to Achieve Delaware Recycling Permit

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CyberCrunch, a nationwide e-waste recycling and data destruction company headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, this week announced they have attained a Delaware recycling permit, one of only a handful of companies authorized to provide onsite hard-drive shredding in the State of Delaware. Recognized as the industry leader in e-waste and data destruction, with each State having different e-waste laws, CyberCrunch works … Read More