Small business is taking a cyber-pounding

With all the headline breaches focusing on the more high profile victims of cyber breaches, you could be forgiven for thinking that the SMB sector is overlooked by hackers in favour of the big prize targets such as Ashley Madison, Three Mobile, Facebook, Yahoo, LinkedIn and Target. That isn’t the case, SMB’s are in fact taking the brunt of cyber-attacks and in some cases providing a route into the bigger high profile targets…

Women in IT 7 ways to close the gender gap

It is widely recognised that there is still strong under-representation of women in IT. While this gender imbalance has improved over the years, there is still a long way to go. According to Women in Tech, only 1 in 6 tech specialists in the UK are women, only 1 in 10 are leaders and worse still, female representation in the tech sector has stagnated over the last 10 years.

4 Reasons why the Future is Cloud

With the final months of 2018 in full swing, every vendor, marketing agency and outlet will be busy evaluating the events of the year; and looking into their crystal balls, in an attempt to predict the trends of 2019.

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For anyone who works in IT or compliance, you will be more than aware that the year 2018, has been seen more than its fair share of new regulations and updates to industry standards. This year alone we have seen the introduction or update of:

Does GDPR Require Double Opt In Email Subscribe

It is both curious and comical to me how certain topics surrounding the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) seem to generate more buzz than others, whether they are correct or not. Such as the topic of consent being the only form of lawful processing, the overriding right to be forgotten in any circumstance and the belief that all forms of outbound marketing have been confined to history.