Ever on the increase, cyber criminals are developing new methods of breaching security measures. According to a study*, an astounding two thirds of UK businesses have been hit by cyberattacks in the last year.
With this in mind, we’ve put together some basic precautions so you can ensure your business doesn’t fall victim to the devastating effects of cybercrime.
Currently, there is a proliferation of CCTV, everyone is installing it. Using it to protect their businesses, their staff, and their cars absolutely anything. But does it make a difference? Are their businesses, staff, and cars more secure? We look into it in detail.
Confidential waste poses a challenge to businesses big and small. Often, businesses don’t recognise the importance and fragility of the data they hold, and therefore don’t have measures in place to dispose of it in a safe way.
Businesses across the UK are being urged to prepare for new EU data protection laws, which could see firms being fined up to €20m.
A new legislation, which is known as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) intends to strengthen and unify data protection for individuals within the European union (EU). It will also address the issue of exporting personal data outside
The perimeter of your office or building is a property line or boundary that distinguishes what’s yours and what’s not. It is often the first line of defence against criminal activity. So, what’s the best way to protect your business and what perimeter or barrier should you use?
We were invited as guest speakers at the monthly Kirklees Business Forum, organised by the Mid-Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce to discuss the vast range of cyber security concerns faced by companies.