Track and Trace data collection as a norm, deep cleansing schedules embedded within room changeover routines, tables spread far apart and no service from the bar. These are all the norm for a ‘new’ hospitality sector now bereft of its ketchup bottles, menus and table talkers and having to rapidly turn to technological sources to pave a new way forward.Read More
Cloud security. It’s one of the most frequently cited concerns for businesses that are considering moving their applications and data to a cloud provider.Read More
Only a few weeks ago, it emerged that popular high-street retailer Sports Direct had suffered a cyberattack, resulting in the names, emails, postal addresses and phone numbers of some 30,000 staff members being stolen. Yet, whilst internal systems detected the intrusion in September, the incident wasn’t officially reported to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) until December, and even then, the staff whose details had been stolen weren’t notified until the attack became mainstream news very recently.
Failure to notify in this case didn’t technically break any rules, but this is all set to change once the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May next year.Read More