Filming for the Best Business Awards 2017
The Power of Social MediaPosted: 24th April 2017 in Security News
A 45-year-old man from Switzerland is facing defamation charges in a landmark case that sees him on trial for ‘liking’ Facebook posts.
The Cost of Illegal WorkersPosted: 19th April 2017 in Security News
There has been a series of arrests and raids throughout the UK as police crackdown on illegal workers. The government warns that an employer can be sent to jail for 5 years and pay an unlimited fine if found guilty!
Prepare for, Respond to, Emerge from…A Perfect StormPosted: 17th April 2017 in Security News
If you are interested in learning more about Cyber Crime, and how to protect your business from an attack, the HBRF are hosting their most recent Table Top Event, “Could Your Business Survive a Cyber Attack?” in Grimsby on the 27th April 2017. Book your place now and don’t miss out!
Equality and Diversity Refresher TrainingPosted: 10th April 2017 in Company News
Linda (Agenda's HR support) delivered an interesting and thought provoking Equality and Diversity refresher training session on 30th March.
Cybercrime is easy!Posted: 05th April 2017 in Security News
Cybercrime is very easy to instigate with little risk to the perpetrator. You don’t need to invest in the usual tools like a gun, getaway car, mask or balaclava (depending on your preference). It takes little effort to send out 100 thousand spoofed emails with a link to a nasty payload.
Agenda's Fundraising ContinuesPosted: 04th April 2017 in
The 31st of March saw our third charity day of the year come around all in aid of Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
Only 56% of businesses can deal with a cyber-attackPosted: 03rd April 2017 in Security News
According to a study from the Institute of Directors and Barclays, only 56% of businesses can deal with a cyber-attack, and that shocking statistic comes at a time of highly significant cybersecurity threats!
Hints on Screening Mail and Postal DeliveriesPosted: 27th March 2017 in Security News
In collaboration with the British Standards Institution (BSI), and with the assistance of a range of stakeholders, CPNI has reviewed and refreshed its comprehensive guidance on mail screening and security.