It was found that UK universities were finding it difficult to keep their research data safe, with hackers targeting scientific (54%), medical (50%), economic (37%) and defence (33%) research. A quarter of the universities studies reported daily cyber attacks, thus presenting an increasing risk in national security with 93% of the research programmes being commissioned […]
Posted on 31st May 2019 in GDPR.
The number of cars produced in the UK fell by 45% in April as factories closed to cope with anticipated Brexit disruption.
Posted on 30th May 2019 in General business.
In its State of Email Security Report 2019, Mimecast found that companies impacted by an email-based impersonation attack suffered losses in data, customers, jobs and reputation. A total of 61% of respondents believe that it is likely or inevitable their organisation will suffer a negative business impact from an e-mail-borne attack, with nearly 1 in […]
Posted on 30th May 2019 in GDPR.
Helen Dixon will serve another five-year term, following being re-appointed as Ireland’s data protection commissioner. Initially appointed to the role in September 2014, Ms Dixon has overseen the enactment of the EU General Data Protection Regulation, which has led to a significant increase in complaints. As a result Ms Dixon has opened more than 50 investigations into […]
Posted on 29th May 2019 in GDPR.
Gone are the days where entrepreneurs start businesses to make a profit and live the high life. In 2019, more and more entrepreneurs are placing a mission to do good and change the world at the very heart of what they do, often sacrificing profits entirely. Whether they’re building not-for-profit social enterprises, or profit-making businesses […]
Posted on 28th May 2019 in Great British Entrepreneurs.