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Grant McGregor Publishes New Cyber Essentials Guide to Recent Changes

Grant McGregor Publishes New Cyber Essentials Guide to Recent Changes

The way the Cyber Essentials scheme is run has changed significantly during 2020. Grant McGregor Ltd has now published a short guide to explain the changes and how they might affect you.

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Why SMEs Should Get Expert Help with Cyber Security

Why SMEs Should Get Expert Help with Cyber Security

Cyber security is a complex topic, so it is essential to get expert help. As a result, and particularly for SMEs, it is better to find an experienced IT partner than to try to do it all in house.

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Cyber Essentials – Easy as 1-2-3?

Cyber Essentials – Easy as 1-2-3?

The Government-backed Cyber Essentials scheme is becoming both increasingly well-known and applied for. We think this is a good thing.

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Why shrewd companies are getting tested and certified for Cyber Essentials

Why shrewd companies are getting tested and certified for Cyber Essentials

It’s tempting to see the UK Government’s new Cyber Essentials scheme as not worthy of investigation if you’re an established organisation with good IT systems in place. But our experience as an IASME Certification Body has taught us that this isn’t always the case.

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How does an Information Asset Register ensure GDPR compliance?

How does an Information Asset Register ensure GDPR compliance?

GDPR has focused business leaders’ thoughts on the data held within their organisations and how best to protect it. Since the first step towards securing anything is understanding what you have, an Information Asset Register is crucial. Grant McGregor explains what an Information Asset Register is...

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GDPR: Do Business Emails Count as 'Personal Data'?

GDPR: Do Business Emails Count as 'Personal Data'?

As we approach closer to the GDPR deadline, we've been getting a lot of questions regarding whether business email addresses and contact details will come under the GDPR as 'personal data'. We have been waiting on a guide to fully explain this, and last week IASME - Certifying Body for Cyber...

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What is the "right" level of security for my business?

What is the

So far, 2017 has been the year of the cyber-attack. Cases of cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism are on the rise, but never before have the general public seen the scope and scale of cyber-crime committed by groups on the government and public services.

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