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NAID-Japan adopts chapter logo

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May 12, 2016

The NAID-Japan Committee has proposed a unique logo, continuing the tradition of NAID’s regional chapters to adopt a logo to represent their focus on their respective initiatives and issues.

“It would be easy for members in other areas of the world to think of NAID as a U.S. or North American association,” says NAID President Don Adriaansen, CSDS of Doylestown, Penn.-based TITAN Mobile Shredding. “Unique logos remind service providers around the world that their chapter is focused on their issues. The market for secure destruction service varies widely around the world.”

The proposed logo features the Japanese cherry blossom and is reminiscent of NAID-Canada’s use of the red maple leaf on their logo.

There are approximately 30 member companies in NAID-Japan although considerable growth is expected as new laws promoting data security have recently been adopted there. Okinawa-based Pacific Logistics recently became the first NAID AAA Certified service provider in the country.