As we move into a world where our homes utilise Smart energy devices and we directly control our finances from pocket size devices on line security has really come into focus. Today the UK govt opens a new national centre whose task will be to keep the UK -its economy and its people – safe
We are delighted to be recognised by Police Scotland and Scottish Business Resilience Centre as a Trusted Partner. Internet related crime is a real headache for businesses of all sizes – The Cyber Essentials scheme is a great way to address the risks to your business and also to inform your supply chain and clients
So what happens when a trusted member of staff leaves ? You need to think about recruitment, Accounts Department organises final pay and P45, colleagues organise a few drinks and a card. Your front door security might want their key card back. If you have Cyber Essentials you will have a policy which wisely
1 in 4 small businesses are expected to get hacked this year according to the Govt. The cost to the hacked business typically runs to £ thousands. The Scottish Govt is offering £1500 vouchers to get your (scottish based SME) business accredited under the Cyber essentials scheme. Aside from improving your business security the accreditation
BC technologies will be open on Wednesday 28th, Thursday 29th and Friday 30th December. Office re opens on Tuesday 3rd Jan 2017. Wishing you all a joyful festive break.
BC technologies scottish office which handles Administration and Technical Resources can now be found at our new premises in Sandbank Business Park. We have taken space at Fairmile House, Unit 21, Highland Avenue Sandbank, Argyll PA23 8PB. Phone number remains 01369 706656. The new office gives us more space with room for expansion.
Cyber crime is not always about millions of personal account details being stolen some time in the past . It could be about a few 100 customer details being stolen from your laptop. As a business you have to take reasonable steps to ensure that data is held securely. It could be a ransomware virus
This high profile security hack http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-38155710 at The National Lottery highlights the need for all of us to use a different password for each on line account we use. If a lottery customer uses business related logons and passwords you can imagine how stolen ‘personal’ data could be used in an attempt to hack the business
A talk and networking event hosted by Royal Bank of Scotland at Cuan Mor Oban 7th December 12.30-2.00pm. IT Security and Cyber Resilience Vouchers will be up for discussion. John from BC tchnologies will be giving practical tips on cyber security whilst Paul Foley from Scottish Enterprise will be advising on how to apply for
Please do come and talk to us at Landlord Day in Edinburgh.We have products to help you reduce the cybercrime threats to your business. And we will have special deals to help you along the way.