When considering securing your business, controlling who has access to it should always be at the top of the agenda. In fact, access control is often regarded as the most important component of effective security. Even in the modern era of cybercrime, being in charge of the entry points to your business is of paramount importance.
With business’ winding down for the Christmas period, premises can become prime targets for increased theft, burglary and property damage. We’ve got a few top tips to help you protect your business and prevent any un-wanted disasters occurring before you return in the New Year. First and foremost, plan ahead. Many companies slow down over the Christmas break, but an unexpected
On Wednesday 30th of November, Equilibrium Risk’s Cyber Security expert, Stefan Garczynski will be presenting at an informative cyber security event at the 3M Buckley Innovation Centre.
The event, which will take place between 4pm and 7pm, has been organised by The University of Huddersfield and Digital Catapult Centre Yorkshire.
Choosing a suitable security company for your domestic property or business premises is a challenging task. Ensuring the safety and security of your biggest assets is something that should not be taken lightly. After all, a quality security plan will prevent losses and create a safe and secure environment in which to operate.
But where to start?
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
Whether you’re taking a short break in the city or a two-week vacation in the Maldives, you’ll want to ensure your home is safe and sound for your return.
It’s a fact that homes without security are five times more likely to be burgled than those with security measures in place.
Taking a number of basic precautions will mitigate the
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.