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Blog article
25/02/2018 by Matt Hodges-Long
It’s been almost a month since news broke that the UK’s second largest construction company, Carillion, had gone into liquidation. And while it may no longer be front page news for many, Britain’s biggest corporate failure in a decade continues to cause sleepless nights for those suppliers left facing financial ruin. Supply chain risk is overlooked at your peril....
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Case study
26/01/2018 by Tony Taylor
Any organisation who has been through ISO accreditation will be familiar with the level of documentation required. One of the concerns many companies have, is how to handle their policies, procedures and other documents produced to support the accreditation process....
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Case study
26/01/2018 by Tony Taylor
Huge volumes of email attachments are sent daily from insurance brokers to their customers. Not only does this pose a significant cyber risk, to both the insurance broker and their customers, but it also results in high levels of customer dissatisfaction as they then have to work out what each document is, how it should be stored and shared. ...
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Case study
26/01/2018 by Tony Taylor
Competent arborists will have certificates which show that they have been trained and assessed. They will often have other academic qualifications in arboriculture and will be trained in the use of safety equipment to protect clients, clients’ properties, and themselves....
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Blog article
16/01/2018 by Matt Hodges-Long
That sick to the stomach, gut wrenching, “what have I done?” moment as you go back through your sent items and realise you attached the wrong document. The panicked call to your boss to ‘fess up to your mistake. Next thing you know, an investigation is launched, the ICO is informed and your error is front page on BBC News.

For someone in Leicester City Council last week, that imagined scenario was reality as data for hundreds, if not thousands, of vulnerable people was emailed to 27 taxi firms in error....
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Blog article
13/12/2017 by Matt Hodges-Long
For a long time, sales, finance, marketing and operations have been highly respected disciplines in organisations worldwide. But risk management lacks the same respect in many boardrooms and much of the problem is in the way it is presented....
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Blog article
11/12/2017 by Matt Hodges-Long
Since the financial crisis of 2008, there has been increased focus on risk management and risk reporting. The requirement for companies to report on long-term risk through the annual viability statement has gone some way to addressing concerns. However, according to a recent Financial Reporting Council (FRC) report (Risk and viability reporting), investors are looking for more....
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Blog article
04/12/2017 by Matt Hodges-Long
In trying to defend the credibility of one of her senior colleagues, MP Nadine Dorries admitted on Twitter that she routinely shares her passwords with staff and interns! Poor password security is one of the main causes of Cyber Breach. The importance of password security requires leadership from the highest level. Educating all IT users about the perils of weak and insecure passwords is a critical activity....
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Company news
01/12/2017 by Richard Carman
The Agile UX/UI Designer will be accountable for the delivery of design requirements for key product initiatives on time and to an acceptable quality within agreed processes.

They will be a core member of the product team, working in an agile environment (using a combination of Scrum & Kanban methodologies) and will be required to collaborate cross-functionally with key stakeholders, the Product Owner, the Scrum Master, web developers and test analysts....
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