Does your Business Continuity plan cover the impact of Coronavirus? It should

A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) defines how unplanned circumstances will be managed so organisations can continue running and, for ISO27001, maintaining the confidentiality, integrity and availability of Information Assets. Coronavirus could have an impact on many organisations. Staff may need to ‘self isolate’ and work from home for extended periods. In the worst case, key… Read More

GDPR – Large scale processing

The GDPR refers to large scale processing several times. Questions about what is meant by this come up on a regular basis. We have produced a short video with details on factors to consider, examples of large scale processing and examples of what isn’t large scale processing. Get in touch if you need help with… Read More

#GDPR – number of complaints in the first month

IAPP has published details about the number of complaints received by different data protection authorities (DPAs) in the first month after the GDPR started to be enforced. It isn’t a full picture as there are no details from Croatia, Cyprus, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal and Spain. The accuracy and consistency of… Read More

Accountability and Governance – Documentation #GDPR #DPB

Details of documentation requirements for Accountability and Governance under the GDPR and Data Protection Bill are on the ICO website. A mind map has been created to act as a quick reference. Click on the image to view the full-size mind map. You can use the Checklist on the ICO website page to track what… Read More

Anyone talking about GDPR should include this slide! #ourGDPRstatus

It isn’t hard to find an event at the moment that is specifically about GDPR or includes sessions to cover different aspects of it. With so many companies talking about it and promoting products and services to help prepare for May 2018, you would think/hope they would be the ones that are well on their way… Read More

We are now a member of the Cyber Exchange

Being part of the Cyber Exchange allows us to be more involved with the wider cyber security community and promote best practice to business and the not for profit sector. We are also members of the City of London Crime Prevention Association, the UK Cyber Security Forum and the Cyber-security Information Sharing Partnership (CiSP) . Logos are… Read More

How to survive being number 1

A report has the UK as being number 1. Which you would think is a good thing, but not when it is the number 1 target for spear phishing attacks by cyber criminals. Watch our video for more details.

Self-assessment tool to help SMEs with Data Protection

The Information Commissions Office has launched a self-assessment tool to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) assess their compliance with the Data Protection Act and the key obligations for processing their customers’ or clients’ personal information. Anyone who processes personal information must comply with eight principles of the Data Protection Act, which make sure that… Read More

We are Cyber Essentials certified

We have obtained Cyber Essentials certification to prove our compliance with cyber security best practice. The Cyber Essentials scheme is part of the UK’s National Cyber Security Programme. We can help other companies prepare for Cyber Essentials certification. Why should SMEs get certification? With an increasing number of cyber threats, the British government and most… Read More