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Your Data Is On The Radio!By Chris B • 15 February 2018 • News

IT security is an important concern for any business operating online, and the reality is that most (if not all) businesses have one or more email addresses and a web presence - which means that they're using the internet to engage with customers. When this involves the sharing of personal information, such as credit card...



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A plain guide to GDPRBy Paul Broadbent • 19 January 2018 • News

Have you ever considered where your personal details are kept? Your bank, of course; any company that has taken data off your credit/debit card, your GP, your financial adviser, your employer, companies in which you hold shares, mortgage brokers and lenders, insurance brokers and companies, schools, hospitals, public libraries, clubs and societies (various), mailing lists. You can probably think of many more if you put your mind to it. Now ask yourself how secure that data is?


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GDPR - Part IBy Paul Broadbent • 5 January 2018 • News

General Data Protection Registration effective 25 May 2018. What does this mean to any business storing personal data?

Theft is a thriving business and, in this day and age, particularly profitable. Since the dawn of time the evidence shows that, no matter how draconian the penalties are, the ingenuity and skills of the perpetrators have found ways to make crime worthwhile. Recent research shows that four out of five UK people...

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Fasten your seat belts!By Paul Broadbent • 12 December 2017 • News

MacintoshYou are about to go on the fastest journey ever achieved by Man... For five millennia or more, the propeller of boats was the wind. The last battle fought entirely by sailing vessels was exactly 200 years ago. Not long in the tide of time. Today, the America's Cup is fought between unpowered wing-sail hydrofoil catamarans sailing at 50 mph into a 20 mph wind. That's technology for you.

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