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We now live in a data driven business world where almost everyone is online. Because of this, it’s vital for businesses to protect themselves against a cyber-attack or security breach.
If you run a business that relies upon technology to function and you find yourself on the receiving end of a hack or data breach, it can be easy to panic.
Loosely speaking, the IoT refers to a whole class of day-to-day objects. Cars, umbrellas, kettles, light bulbs and health devices sold with built-in network connectivity.
The GDPR affects all businesses that process personal data and the property industry will of course not be exempt. This is because the property industry like most other industries, uses personal data…
The Information Commissioner’s Office is the public body responsible for ensuring the UK is ready for GDPR. They have acknowledged there may be questions about how the GDPR…
The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) is a hot topic. Coming into force May 2018, it brings a huge change on how businesses hold and handle their customers’ data.
In the world of IT, if you aren’t a ‘techie’ you just won’t understand the full implications or scale of a cyber security solution needed to defend your business.
Rapid technological development and the Internet of Things (IoT) is shaking up traditional industries, with greater connectivity between people’s physical and virtual lives.