Anyone who has important documents that they can’t afford to lose should store the documents in a secure location. There are many methods to protect sensitive data from environmental damage. The most popular methods include digital and physical storage.

The majority of people keep their most important papers in a home filing cabinet or in a locked storage box at home. A small safe with a lock could offer extra protection to the most important documents like birth and marriage certificates passports, Social Security cards, home deeds and insurance policies. These safes are built to withstand extreme temperatures as well as water damage caused by fire. They usually come with a high-quality lock that can resist a prick or a slash. Some of these safes even have a unique design that encases the interior to prevent damage to papers from heat.

Some people prefer to go completely digital and create secure folders on their laptop or external hard drives. This can also reduce clutter and improve accessibility. It also has the added benefit that the file is secured and you can see who has seen it. Digital storage is more reliable, and less expensive than paper.

If you’re looking to add another layer of protection, it’s a great idea for those who are seeking archival materials or sleeves. These materials are not lignin-based which means they last longer. You can also keep your papers in the freezer or refrigerator to keep them safe from heat and moisture.

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