It’s best not to ignore the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). Last year, they made the following statement at a CBI event:
As GDPR and the UK Data Protection Act mark their 1st anniversaries this month, we thought it would be useful to reflect on what we’ve seen over the last 12 months, and to share some views on what will happen in the next 12 months.
In my world as a Risk Consultant I spend a lot of time reviewing and trying understand the risks that face UK organisations with a view to helping businesses of any size keep their business, assets and money safe.
Well it’s that time of the year when we reflect on what happened in the previous 12 months and polish the Risk Evolves crystal ball to see whether we can predict what may happen in the future.
I’ve recently returned to the office following a great holiday abroad. Our journey back involved a ferry between two islands and whilst watching our holiday destination disappear over the horizon, my eye was caught by the route that the ship was taking.
5 things you might be frightened about this Halloween
There’s a lot to be scared about these days around cyber security so just what should we be scared of? Here are some of the monsters and some tips on how to avoid them.
The glorious sunshine we have had this summer prompted me to get my sandals out and show a bit of ankle! I even went as far as putting my shorts on, sorry to shock those of a nervous disposition.
I don’t believe that any one of us working in any type of organisation, regardless of whether you’re a small business, a charity, a school or even a sole trader today can operate without the products or services of a 3rd party provider. More info