GDPR and the rules for the you the 'Data Subject'

EU GDPR and the rules for you, the ‘Data Subject’

30GDPR, Latest news, People September, 17

The GDPR and the rules for you, the ‘Data Subject’

Confused about the GDPR? Surely not… With so many blogs and training courses everyone is an expert… Do you really understand GDPR and the rules for you, the ‘Data Subject’?

So when GDPR comes into force (in May 2018) our data will be better controlled and handled……..right? More info

NHS ransomware

NHS Cyber Attack

10Cyber Attack, Cyber Security, Latest news, Ransomware May, 17

What is the NHS Cyber Attack?

Today (12th May 2017) news broke of a massive NHS Cyber Attack that has had catastrophic impact on our NHS, leading to a major incident being declared.

Operations have been delayed or cancelled, patients have delayed being discharged from or admitted to hospital, prescriptions have not been issued, A&E has been disrupted … the impact of the NHS cyber attacks continue and sadly there is a real risk that lives may be jeopardised. More info

Complying To GDPR

What Are The Consequences Of Not Complying To GDPR?

00Business Risk, Cyber Attack, Cyber Security, Data breach, GDPR, IASME, ISO27001, Latest news, Risk Education, Risk Management March, 17

So what are the consequences of not complying to the EU General Data Protection Regulations ?

I recently wrote a blog ‘What is GDPR and why do you need it?’ to highlight the real meaning behind why data protection is changing.

What Are The Consequences Of Not Complying To The GDPR?

The UK Government and Information Commissioners Office (ICO) have declared that no new legislation will be introduced to cover the growing threat of cybercrime as this is a business owner responsibility to address. More info

what is skimming

What is skimming?

00Latest news January, 17

As you know we’re passionate about the role that people and processes have to play in the fight against cyber crime… But seriously what is skimming?

This week, we had a stark reminder of just how easy it is to be a “victim.”

One of the team was idly flicking through the police feed on Twitter… obviously working hard… well sort of!

The police tweeted the discovery of skimming device on an ATM in the local area.

More info