As a small business owner you have to wear a lot of hats. Chances are GDPR and Cybersecurity aren't either of those hats. Our approach to GDPR is to look at it as a marketing tool. Its a way of demonstrating to your customers that you're ethical and that you're running a professional business. We interpret the regulations and requirements into what's relevant for your business. And then we help you put everything in place. You decide how much or how little you want to do, and we do the rest.
Everyone is navigating the regulations required for re-opening, all the whilst trying to run a business and recover economically. Whether it's your staff or your customers or even kids attending sports activities, you might be taking temperatures on arrival. And there are data protection implications. Download the guidance from the Data Protection Commission.
Hackers only need to be lucky once. You need to be lucky every time. Here are 5 tools you can use in business to help keep you safe. No technical expertise required!
Zoom, Skype, FaceTime, Microsoft Teams and Google Hangouts have become the normal way to hold meetings and classes now. All these platforms have inherent risks, especially for our children. While this article focuses on Zoom, many of the general recommendations would apply to any of the platforms. Advice and recommendations for teachers and parents.
" EAS contracted an excellent individual to review our data security, manuals and procedures, and GDPR compliance. The project has been very successful, our systems were all given excellent reviews but of course with various suggestions for improvements and best practice in regards actual data security, which we are implementing. So the value add has been worth all the money spent on it."
— Raaji Singh Bharij
CEO, Adventures Expeditions & Safaris (EAS)