Taking Care of the Essentials for Financial Services

2019-03-28T09:53:21+01:00March 28th, 2019|Compliance, Cyber Essentials, Financial Services, GDPR|

If you work in the financial services sector, you’ll already be well aware of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the various regulations and guidelines it puts in place to ensure financial markets are honest, fair and effective.   The authority regulates more than 58,000 financial businesses from the largest banks, insurers and market infrastructure [...]

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The post GDPR landscape: Our findings

2018-09-26T09:32:37+01:00September 26th, 2018|Compliance, GDPR|

With the panic over to ‘comply’ with GDPR, it is seen as becoming more of a day to day compliance matter.  Of course, this assumes that organisations have the correct processes embedded in their day to day business and their staff are trained on and aware of the implications.  We still find there are many [...]

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What is Cyber Essentials and why does my Law firm need to have it?

2019-08-15T14:57:28+01:00July 26th, 2018|Compliance, Cyber Essentials, Cyber Security, GDPR, Security and Threats|

If you are reading this article there is a good chance you already know what Cyber Essentials is.  For those that do not, Cyber Essentials is a UK Government backed standard for business cyber security which helps you guard against the most common Cyber Security threats. In fact experts believe that by adopting Cyber Essentials [...]

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GDPR – What’s next…?

2018-07-09T11:52:43+01:00June 12th, 2018|GDPR|

So May 25th has come and gone. After a last-minute surge, you have stopped receiving those privacy notices (mostly), your junk email may have even gone down in volume - although the spam you really are fed up with is probably still there. So GDPR was a success, right? Now it’s back to business as [...]

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