GDPR: How should you prepare?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was adopted by the European Parliament in April 2016 replacing the current EU Data Protection Directive which has survived since its introduction in 1998. Interestingly less than 10% of UK households held an internet connection at that time. Unlike the Data Protection Act (DPA), the GDPR sets out responsibilities […]

The unseen threats of wireless connections

Unsecured wireless networks can haemorrhage personal and business data and even create far-reaching legal issues. Once upon a time, owning electronic equipment also meant owning a plethora of cables – it was an accepted drawback of the emerging information age. Even television sets were controlled through cables – anyone remember the Zenith ‘Lazy Bones’ system […]