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Would you consider a cyber security certification for your business?


Yes, it's a potential USP, you can't put a price on that
No, it's not worth the time investment
Yes, provided it was cost proportionate to my size of business
No, they're too expensive
Yes, it demonstrates my commitment to the security of the data I hold
 
 
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'To BOYD or Not to BOYD ?'

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With the rapid increase in the use of mobile devices and the growth of remote and flexible working staff now expect to use their own laptops, phones and tablets to conduct business.

This guidance is for organisations considering a ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) approach, and describes the key security aspects to consider in order to maximise the business benefits of BYOD whilst minimising the risks.

It also provides a useful reminder for those already implementing a BYOD approach. It should be used to inform risk management decisions for BYOD deployments, and is particularly relevant for public sector organisations operating at OFFICIAL within such deployments.

Please follow the below link and view the attached infographic for more advice and information.


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April 8th 2016 14:06

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