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What is a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) and How Do You Create One?

A company's response to both planned and unplanned changes can have a significant effect on its reputation, both with internal partners and external customers. Thorough response strategies prevent damage to this reputation, maintain the morale of your staff and prevent financial risks related to being ill-prepared.

Changes to a business's operations, such as a cyber attack, natural disaster or power outage, must be well planned for and anticipated in advance.

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What is a Disaster Recovery Policy and How Do You Create One?

How you respond during an expected or critical change in your organisation's operational capacity can significantly impact on your reputation with external clients and partners, as well as on the morale of your staff.

Much of the success is determined by how well you have anticipated and planned for such circumstances, whether that be recovering from a data issue such as a cyber attack, a major event at your premises such as a fire or flood, or a loss of key personnel.

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What Is the Difference Between ISO 27001 and GDPR?

In the UK there is legislation in place such as the GDPR to regulate how organisations both collect & consume data. Organisations processing personal data must comply with data protection law; one of the fundamental principles is Integrity and Confidentiality.

ISO 27001 on the other hand is a globally recognised technical standard that enables an organisation to demonstrate its integrity and confidentiality under the law.

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Beginners Guide to ISO 27001

What is ISO 27001?

ISO 27001, sometimes referred to as ISO/IEC 27001, provides a technical framework that organisations can use to improve the management of their information. This process is an Information Security Management System (ISMS).

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Glossary of GDPR Related Terms

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) still applies in the UK and so it's important for all UK businesses and organisations to remain compliant. Our glossary of GDPR-related terms aims to help you quickly and easily learn (or refresh your memory of) some of the most common related terms:

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What Is a Data Leak and How Do They Happen?

Data leaks are a serious problem for organisations and individuals. In this day and age, individuals freely provide personal information to organisations, therefore a data leak can have a significant impact on both the company and the person. They often involve the exposure of personal data (such as name, address and financial details), with additional damage to the company or organisation in terms of potential financial loss and reputational damage.

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