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Security and GDPR

Navigating the concerns about security and data rights can be challenging for any business.

  • Do you know how your systems are secured?
  • Do you have good processes for accessing the systems?
  • Do you know where your data is?
  • Do you audit how it is collected, transmitted and archived?

It seems that every day there is another story about data breaches and security concerns, about increasing numbers of targetted assaults or rogue software. Having a strategy to deal with this may be out of the reach of many organisations who do not specialise in software.

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations), which governs EU citizens, enshrines many rights into law that will affect any organisation that deals with any EU member. For the UK there is the upcoming DPB (Data Protection Bill). You need to act to make sure you are compliant with these lesiglations and to ensure your business processes are acceptable and affordable.

Shadowcat Systems has many years of experience in dealing with access and storing of data. We write about changes in data rules and about security and we can help your organisation move towards a better data and security strategy.

Shadowcat doesn't offer a single-solution or claim to make you n% compliant. We believe companies are individual and that our best role is to help them implement a solution that matches their business. This takes into consideration your employees, practices, implementation and cost and we domn't offer a catch all solution that will often catch nothing.

Talk to us today and learn how you can move towards being responsible and more secure in this challenging environment.

Security Pages
Security Posts

Passwords: Mark gives some advice about good password management

Visit Passwords

Why PGP: Tom Bloor discusses the reasons for having and using PGP

Visit Why PGP

Windows PGP: Tom Bloor discusses using and implementing PGP on Windows Machines

Visit Win PGP

GDPR and Security Blog Posts
GDPR Posts

GDPR and Small Organisations: Mark starts the discussion about the GDPR and small organisations like member organisations that are non-corporate.

Visit Small Organisations

GDPR and Cyber Essentials: What sore of thing should you be considering when you think of securing yourself?

Visit Cyber Essentials

GDPR and User Data Rights: The GDPR is an evolutionary rewrite of User Rights and you should be aware of what that means.

Visit Data Rights

GDPR and Data Management: How do we manage the data we collect, how do we find it?

Visit Data Management

GDPR - A Quick Note on Consent: Mark takes a short side trek and discusses the broad subject of consent and the GDPR

Visit Consent Pt. 01

GDPR - Information Governance: Mark looks at Encryption, Anonymisation, Data Storage and Access Rights as part of IG

Visit Information Governance