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    • Data Breaches : The Fallout

      • Harvey Morton

      In this article, we look not just at data breaches but also at the impact of data breaches on business and organisations.

      Data Breaches

      A personal data breach, as defined by the UK’s data watchdog and regulator, The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), is “a breach of security leading to the accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure of, or access to, personal data.” This definition highlights, therefore, that a breach could be accidental or deliberate, and could be more than just about losing personal data.  For example, data breaches could occur through third-party access, accidentally sending data to the wrong recipient, devices being lost or stolen, altering data without permission or losing the availability of personal data.

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    • Where is your business data and how secure is it?: ESP can help to secure your data!

      • Harvey Morton

      We regularly talk about cybersecurity and the need to make sure your systems secure.

      However, one item that rarely gets mentioned is the actual data sitting behind your companies IT systems.

      The majority of cybersecurity breaches that happen today encrypt corporate data.

      As more and more breaches happen governments all around the world are looking to tighten up their legislation on data.

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    • Should Your Company Install the COVID-19 Tracing App?

      • Harvey Morton

      We have received many questions on how these apps will work. We hope that the following article will help to answer those questions.

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