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EU Data Protection Directive updates latest GDPR guidelines

During January 2021 the EU Directive updated GDPR guidelines to help data controllers improve their handling of a situation in the event of data breach. Data Controllers are urged to notify their supervisory authority as soon as possible, rather than previous guidance which…

The UK AI industry is leading Europe in innovation

Impressively, the UK is leading the way against our European counterparts when it comes to the AI industry. According to a new report by Cognizant, which carried out a poll of 1,200 enterprise executives. “Almost 18% of organisations in the UK are already…

Following Brexit, UK GDPR data protection will not be affected

With BREXIT finally completed on the 1st January 2021, businesses are now adjusting to new paperwork and regulation following our departure from the EU. In terms of the UK’s commitment to UK GDPR, the good news is that companies won’t have to make…

Moving from device led IT to cloud based IT

With lockdown 3 underway, businesses are yet again facing challenges in terms of encouraging employees to stay at home and operate under remote working circumstances and as a result, this is driving companies to become more cloud based in relation to their Business…

Privacy Policy Improvement – Is yours up to date?

You might not have looked at your privacy policy improvement for a while! When GDPR came into force in 2018 UK companies made an avid attempt to launch their privacy policy on their website and within their workplace.  This was done by UK…

The heavy cost of a customer information data breach

It has been a monumental year for the ICO which has seen its largest fines issued to companies who have compromised their working responsibility in the way in which they process data including private customer information. British Airways, Marriot Hotels, Experian and most…

How can businesses stay cyber safe?

The coronavirus pandemic has really highlighted the need for all types of business to operate in a cyber safe manner.  With more employees than ever before, now working remotely from home, the challenge for companies to stay cyber safe has never been greater.…

What Brexit means for UKGDPR and how could it affect UK business?

On the 1st January 2021 the UK will leave the EU further to the long-standing completion of Brexit negotiations, so what does this mean in terms of UKGDPR? Following the end of the Brexit transfer period, GDPR will still apply to the UK…

How should track and trace operate within the hospitality industry?

On the 4th of July 2020, the hospitality sector was permitted to re-open as long as they adhered to UK business COVID rules and fully implemented a track and trace system. This accordingly meant that hotels, pubs, and restaurants could open their doors…