Learning how to avoid being a victim of crime is an important life skill. At school you learn to lock your locker securely and not allow other people to see what the combination numbers are. You would not leave an expensive or favourite coat hanging up unwatched in the cloakroom and you would not broadcast
A busy January for BC technologies. We passed our Cyber Essentials, our Cyber Essentials Plus and IASME Governance Renewals. Staying safe and helping SMEs do the same.
You may have seen the recent Court of Appeal Judgement following the 2014 data breach at Morrisons, where 100,000 personnel records were made available on the internet. This was caused by a disgruntled insider who took revenge after what he felt was an unfair disciplinary action over an internal issue. The court concluded that Morrisons
Come to Dunoon and find out about trends in technology. At 3 separate events you can find out all about Virtual/ Augmented and Mixed Reality, how technology can work in heritage and museums and spark some ideas for innovation in your business. The events are being held next door to BC technologies offices at The
Join us to find out from the experts how the new anti money laundering regs affect you and how to tighten up your cyber security. Businesses such as property professionals involved in high value transactions find themselves being targeted by fraudsters and this one day event will help you understand and reduce the risks to
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
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.