One of the main concerns of businesses thinking about producing the switch to digital copies of their traditional paper documents involves the confidentiality of the data. What occurs to the documents as soon as they have been scanned? Is it probable for a nefarious individual to get a hold of these shredded documents and reassemble them to be able to gain any of the information that was supposed to be disposed of? In a word, no. It’s virtually impossible to reassemble a shredded document. This is in fact bad news for anybody who has inadvertently shredded a document that they were not done with.