At Brandon Cross, we know how much focus there has been on information security in recent years. With so many high-profile cases of data breaches affecting well-known businesses in the UK, it is hardly surprising that so many companies are looking at their IT systems to ensure that they are able to withstand the methods and techniques of today’s sophisticated hackers. Often, business owners and IT directors realise that their systems come up short and this is where the knowledgeable team at Brandon Cross can prove to be invaluable.
The importance of data security has never been greater and any organisation – from a government department to a multinational corporation – can have its reputation severely damaged if client or internal data is harvested improperly. Improving security while still allowing day-to-day business to operate requires expertise and this is what the team at Brandon Cross provide. Our approach to data security involves really getting to understand your core business needs and developing the best solution possible that meets them while preventing unwarranted access to your systems.
In addition to making your web-based solutions and networks secure, all UK organisations must now comply with the new EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). Among other things, it means strengthening your customers’ rights to the data you hold on them, such as the right to access it and for the right to be forgotten, if wanted. Full compliance with GDPR requires attention to detail and developing processes which will really deliver when they are called upon. All of your IT systems must comply with these rules and Brandon Cross is here to make sure they do.
We are here to help ensure that your obligations under GDPR are met in full – no matter which sector you happen to work in. In addition, Brandon Cross’ approach to information security is second-to-none and can be fully adapted to meet your business’ operational requirements. Talk to us and we will be happy to provide you with some ideas of what we can do without any obligation to proceed.