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GDPR – maintaining compliance and Brexit

In our final blog, GDPR – One Year On, Alice Turley examines the impact of the GDPR maintaining compliance with the Regulation, and the effect of Brexit on the Regulation.     Key messages from the DPC The Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland held a conference on 31 March 2019 focusing on data breach notifications and risk assessments. Among those speaking was Niall Cavanagh, … [Read more...]

Advance your career with ISO 27001 certified training

Continual professional development is vital for professionals to develop the skills, knowledge and experience needed to deliver best practice and compliance in any organisation, and will help you progress in your career.    Why achieve certification in ISO 27001? ISO 27001 is one of the most popular cyber security standards in the world, with certifications growing by more than 450% in the … [Read more...]

5 ways to spot phishing scams

Phishing is one of the most common tactics cyber criminals use to steal people’s data and infect their devices with malware. It uses deceptive emails and websites to trick victims into clicking malicious links, downloading attachments or sending sensitive information.   Phishing emails can impersonate well-known brands or even people you know, such as colleagues. The goal is to trick the recipient … [Read more...]

Why you need to report cyber attacks

Once you’ve been hit by a cyber attack, the damage has already been done. There’s no way to make the disruption disappear, so you might suppose it’s best to just get on with things. Reporting the incident to your supervisory authority means extra work and could cause a PR nightmare. Nonetheless, it’s essential that you notify relevant parties of the breach. The attacker is a criminal, and it’s … [Read more...]