On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be replacing the existing Data Protection Act 1998. Businesses have until then to become compliant as from that date it will apply automatically – GDPR is a Regulation, not a directive, therefore it must be implemented. This guide sets out to assist businesses in understanding and becoming compliant to GDPR in time for the deadline. The guide covers the following:
IntaForensics and the Chartered Quality Institute are partnering together to bring you an event on Cyber Security. Join us both at the Derby Conference Centre on September 19th 2017, to get to grips with Cyber Security and how to protect yourself from the threat of cyber attackers!
“The right cyber security advice is out there; it’s up to companies to listen to it” – Damian Walton, Director of Professional Services, IntaForensics
“I suspect that the vast majority of technology users must be at saturation point with the daily barrage of news and media articles regarding the unceasing tirade of cyber attacks being perpetrated against high street names and current celebrities. The perception may be that the threat is interesting, even worrying. Most people leave it there, and never take any concrete steps to reduce or manage the risks. For consumers that is their personal choice.
We would like to thank everyone who attended our Cyber Security event ‘Cybercrime and How to Protect Yourselves!’ last Friday morning! Based on the immediate feedback we received, we are delighted that our attendees found the event beneficial and entertaining.
Following the release of The Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2017 in April, we have compiled together the stand out points to be taken away from this report. The aim is to inform readers on the nature and significance of the current Cyber Security threats. We hope that from comparing what other businesses are doing and by highlighting the potential losses from an attack, that businesses will be better educated to deal with cyber threats.
Presented in an easily viewable format, this infographic is a simple, yet effective tool for raising cyber security awareness across your business. Click the button below the preview to view the full Infographic!
Retailers are at the forefront of cyber attackers targets. Retailers are still more attractive to cyber attackers because they offer the potential of larger gains as it is publicly known that they have a high volume of customers, and with customers comes cardholder data and private contact details.
IntaForensics are heading to the historic city of Chester for our biggest cyber security event to date! The event sets out to raise awareness and educate on the current cyber threats. Over the past year, IntaForensics have hosted and presented at Cyber Security events in towns and cities across the country where we have received extremely positive feedback. Locations include: Stafford, Birmingham, Telford, Leicester, Nottingham, London and many more.
As for the next installment of our cyber events campaign, we are pleased to announce we will once again be partnering with NatWest. This supports NatWest’s ongoing movement to help change the way people view online safety, as well as providing businesses with the skills and knowledge they need to take control of their cyber security. Together, we will be travelling to the North West of the country to the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Chester, located conveniently close to the city centre, train station and the motorway.
IntaForensics and the Chartered Quality Institute are partnering together to bring you an event on Cyber Security. Join us both at the Temple Quality Management Systems – Marston House on May 16th 2017, to get to grips with Cyber Security and how to protect yourself from the threat of cyber attackers!