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“Only 5% of organisations claim to be ready for GDPR” discovers BSI research study

Research conducted by BSI has underlined the growing concern that European businesses are simply not ready for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Even though 97% of organisations admit that the implementation of the GDPR will affect their business, just 5% say they...
Posted On 04 May 2018
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City of London Police launches new initiative to fight cyber crime focused on businesses in Square Mile

The City of London Police has launched a new initiative to make the Square Mile more secure from cyber attacks. Cyber Griffin will see specially-trained officers lead a series of community-focused exercises which will include threat briefings, incident response training an...
Posted On 04 May 2018
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“55% of Health and Safety managers don’t account for terrorism in evacuation plans” reports Evac+Chair survey

Evac+Chair International surveyed visitors at this year’s Health & Safety Event, which ran at the NEC in Birmingham from 9-11 April. with surprising results. Of those visitors questioned, 55% don’t include terrorism within their emergency evacuation plans. Almost 25%...
Posted On 04 May 2018
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DNA tagging spray adoption pays dividends for Met Police in war on moped crime

Two teenagers who stole a scooter and later failed to stop for Metropolitan Police Service officers have been arrested after they were found to have traces of DNA tagging spray on them linking them to the stolen bike and the related offences. SelectaDNA tagging spray is one of...
Posted On 04 May 2018
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Research reveals nearly 50% of employees accidentally leak sensitive company data

Research conducted by data security company Clearswift has shown that 45% of those employees surveyed have mistakenly shared e-mails containing key data with unintended recipients, including personal information (15%), bank details (9%), attachments (13%) and other confidential...
Posted On 04 May 2018