Posts In: GDPR

How to keep your business secure during a crisis

At the time of writing this the official figures for confirmed Coronavirus cases is 45,204; 4,985 people have recovered and 1,116 have died. These are…

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The End of Windows 7

13th January 2020 Brigantia, GDPR

In a few days Windows 7 security support finally comes to an end. For an operating system launched in 2009, that’s really not bad going.

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Data protection just took on a whole new level of seriousness

2nd August 2019 Brigantia, Data Protection, GDPR, Security

Mustafa Kasim of Palmer’s Green recently became the first person to be sent to prison following an investigation by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). Kasim…

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Is GDPR Complacency the Second Phase of GDPR Implementation?

16th August 2018 GDPR

I was editing a document the other day when I noticed that my spell checker did not know the word “compliancy”: The suggested replacement was…

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The Three Camps of Businesses in the New GDPR World

7th August 2018 GDPR

As I write this, The Data Protection Act 2018, incorporating the GDPR, has been in force for around ten weeks. Much to the surprise of…

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