Risk & Compliance
UK organisations will soon face a stark choice: comply with sweeping new European privacy rules, or risk the wrath of regulators and new fines of up to 4% of global annual turnover.
GDPR is the hot topic of the moment, however many businesses are struggling to understand the complexities of the regulation change and the impact on every day operations.
You are cordially invited to join a roundtable dinner discussion on Cybersecurity, hosted by global managed service provider, Eze Castle Integration, and cybersecurity expert, SkOUT Secure Intelligence.
Today’s cyber-attacks are becoming increasingly destructive, disruptive to daily business, and leaving firms with tarnished reputations.
Phishing and social engineering schemes continue to grow in their sophistication and cause concern as they make their way to employee inboxes. These fraudulent email campaigns and phone calls appear legitimate and take advantage of employees, using them as a gateway to potentially very serious scenarios.
Watch to hear as Eze Castle Integration's experts provide 4 tips to prevent and combat phishing and social engineering.
A private cloud is a bespoke cloud environment often dedicated to just one organisation.
It is usually linked to specific hardware and can come in dedicated or shared versions depending on where and how the private cloud is consumed. A key benefit of private cloud is that it allows more customisation compared to other public cloud services.
Innovative law firms select the Intapp Professional Services Platform to better deliver client and firm success
Intapp, a leading provider of business applications and services for professional services firms, today announced the addition of 13 new law firm customers in Europe over the past year. In addition, Intapp has kicked off 35 new projects across the region, and completed 100 projects.
Do you have a plan for managing and protecting your documents? A document retention policy establishes what documents to keep, how long to store them, and when they should be destroyed. Here are the top reasons your organisation needs a document retention policy:
Office clutter stifles productivity and dampens employee morale. A document retention policy reduces clutter by allowing you to destroy documents when retention requirements expire. Expiry dates are flagged so you know when your documents can be shredded.
This article was originally featured as an industry column in the April 2018 issue of LPM. To read the issue in full, download LPM.
Over the course of the afternoon we will recap some of the technological and regulatory developments that effected firms in 2017, before moving on to examine some of the key challenges organisations are likely to face in 2018 when it comes to information governance and security, relevant technology considerations and solutions, as well as our predictions for the development of the industry in the coming year.