Much has been written about the new GDPR regulations that come into force on the 25th of May 2018. Organisations that process personal data have a legal requirement to protect an individuals’ privacy and secure their data. Providing adequate safeguards, mitigating against data loss and implementing disaster recovery plans are key components that need to be addressed.
Whilst no-one can guarantee complete information security, organisations need to reduce their risk of a possible data breach and ensure they have adequate plans in place to ensure business continuity. Determining how GDPR compliant or ready an organisation is, requires companies to look at their current processes and procedures, and ensure they have adequate cyber security protection and detection in place.
The robust security areas detailed will cover cyber security requirements within networks and provide best of breed technology solutions to mitigate the risk against cyberattacks and threats.
End Point Security
Secure Remote Access
What is Secure Asset Disposal?
“Any situation where the data controller transfers custody of an IT asset to a third party for management or processing whether on a temporary or permanent basis.”
Tamar Mobile Device Management
Increase data protection and enable GDPR compliance with Mobile Device Management.