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We have rebranded!

Johnston Park McAndrew, a provider of advice led commercial insurance for more than 20 years, announced today the launch of a new corporate brand identity and name.

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Key Health and Safety Concerns in Construction

The HSE RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations) reports from the past six years in the construction industry offer a visual representation of the most fatal sector in the UK.

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Make Your Email Marketing Compliant

Over the years, marketing campaigns have evolved from the simple, en masse postal delivery to the more audience-specific electronic system.

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Using Cloud Storage Safely

For businesses looking to share resources quickly and effectively, cloud storage can be an attractive answer. 

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Cyber Continuity and Incident Response Plan Toolkit

Download the Cyber Continuity and Incident Response Plan Toolkit here…

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Avoid Crushing Losses with Practical Website Security

Cyber-criminals are constantly looking for improperly secured websites to attack.

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Boost Your Network Security

As the amount of sensitive information on your network grows, the need for appropriate measures to ensure the data isn’t compromised grows.

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Identify and Limit Cyber-Crime

The amount of information stored on servers and databases is growing every day. As it is so valuable, hackers are always trying to steal it.

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Mastering Loss of Control Techniques

Protecting your business from cyber-risks can be an overwhelming venture.

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Website Risk Exposure Checklist

Download the Cyber Risk Exposure Excel Calculator here…

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Your Old Device Could Be Fatal To Your Data Security

Revolutionary technology is released constantly. Every day, new gadgets are touted as the must-have tool to ensure future business success. 

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Prepare for the Day After a ‘No-deal’ Brexit

While the government said that a ‘no-deal’ is unlikely—recent government releases regarding accelerated planning for this scenario emphasise the need to prepare for any result.

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Policies to Mitigate Cyber Liability

All companies should develop and maintain clear, robust policies for safeguarding critical business data and sensitive information.

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Cyber Risk Exposure Excel Calculator

Download the Cyber Risk Exposure Excel Calculator here…

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Protect Your Emails!

Email has become a critical part of everyday business, from internal management to direct customer support.

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How Safe Is Your Data?

Data security is crucial. Information like bank account details is often impossible to replace and dangerous in the hands of criminals.

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Cyber Risk Exposure Calculator

Download the Cyber Risk Exposure Calculator here…

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Physically Protect Your Cyber Assets

When it comes to securing cyber-assets, many people often think only of mitigating cyber-risks like spam, phishing and malware. However, cyber-assets can also be compromised physically.

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How to Understand and Respond to a Data Breach

No company is immune to a data breach. Many small employers believe they elude the attention of hackers. Yet studies have shown this is not true. Nearly 75% of data breaches were at companies with 100 or fewer employees.

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Guidelines for Using CCTV

Many businesses organisations, and even individuals use CCTV. One of the most common reasons for doing so is for security; businesses might monitor shoppers and passers-by for suspicious or criminal behaviour.