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Workplace drug ‘amnesties’ “could become as normal as everyday nine-to-five routines”

Workplace drink and drugs ‘amnesties’ are likely to become as routine as the daily nine-to-five because of UK plc’s growing substance abuse culture. That’s according to one of the world’s leading workplace drug testing companies. Eurofins Workplace Drug Testing suggests...
Posted On 23 Jul 2018
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Centrify report identifies younger employees as main culprits for security breaches in workplaces

More than a third of senior executives believe that younger employees are the “main culprits” for data security breaches in the workplace. That’s according to the results of a new independent study into attitudes of the next generation workforce in relation to cyber...
Posted On 26 Jun 2018
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Deloitte study finds organisations’ confidence exceeds crisis preparedness capabilities

Organisations are now keenly aware of the increasing threat of crises. According to Deloitte Global’s 2018 crisis management survey, entitled ‘Stronger, Fitter, Better: Crisis Management for the Resilient Enterprise’, nearly 60% of respondents believe that...
Posted On 22 Jun 2018
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UK financial institutions “unaware” of third party risks posed by open banking

Identity and access management solutions specialist Bomgar has launched its 2018 Privileged Access Threat Report. The global survey explores the visibility, control and management that IT organisations in the US and Europe have over employees, contractors and third party vendors...
Posted On 06 Jun 2018
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Two-in-three procurement leaders “have limited or no visibility” beyond Tier One of supply chains

As many as 65% of procurement leaders have limited or no visibility beyond their Tier One suppliers. That’s according to Deloitte’s annual Global Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) Survey. While visibility of the supply chain is crucial for businesses to ensure factors...
Posted On 27 Feb 2018
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Cyber terrorism and data breaches emerge as top threats for law firms in new survey

Over 70% of large law firms perceive cyber terrorism and data breaches as the foremost threats to their business. That’s according to the results of a new survey – the 2018 Legal Business Continuity Survey – conducted by The Instant Group (the flexible workspace...
Posted On 21 Jan 2018
Karen Trigg
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Is Your Fire Safety Training Up-To-Date?

Keeping your training up-to-date regarding fire safety and fire door hardware comes with a whole host of benefits for the business. Doing so will mean that you’ll reduce the risk of the company facing unnecessary fines, a potentially damaged reputation and even situations...
Posted On 11 Jan 2018
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Government, legal and accountancy sectors re-launch ‘Flag It Up’ anti-money laundering campaign

Serious and organised crime costs the UK an estimated £24 billion every year. Money laundering not only allows criminals to hide the proceeds of their crimes, but also helps to fund further criminal activity. In its latest report, the Government has set out the threats posed by...
Posted On 08 Jan 2018
Ken Livingstone MSc FSyI
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Perpetuity Academy launches ‘Technical Surveillance Countermeasures for Security Managers’ accredited eLearning course

Perpetuity Academy – one of the UK’s leading developers and providers of security management training – has launched its new accredited ‘Technical Surveillance Countermeasures for Security Managers’ Level 4 eLearning course in collaboration with the Technical Security...
Posted On 07 Nov 2017
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Majority of UK IT professionals “not confident” in their company’s ability to prevent data breaches

Professionals working in IT are marking their companies down when it comes to their ability to prevent, detect and manage the consequences of a data breach. That’s according to a detailed study on the impact of data breaches commissioned by Centrify and conducted by The...
Posted On 03 Oct 2017