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The new GDPR data protection regulations require any organisations that store or send data that can be used to identify a person to comply.

Any data breaches must be reported, failure to do so can mean that a penalty is incurred of up to £20 million or 4% of worldwide annual turnover.


No matter how much protection you or your company has, there will always be rogue emails that slip through the net and land in your inbox from unscrupulous individuals.

Phishing is an attempt by a third party to obtain sensitive information such as personal data such as bank details or passwords.
Although you can mitigate risk by training staff to recognise and delete suspicious emails and content from their inox, having a firewall will offer greater protection. You must as a business be sure to have the latest and most robust managed firewall solution to provide protection against malware, ransomware and phishing.

Any software you use to protect yourself and your customers should also be regularly maintained and updated, because you can be sure that cybercriminals are always adjusting their methods and finding ways to overcome the barriers they face.


Encryption is a process by which the data being sent is encoded so that it cannot be understood by anyone who does not have the key.

Encryption is important as it means that any encrypted information that is compromised cannot be understood by anyone other than those it was intended for.

The ICO offers information and guidance for encryption here:

You can find out more about the different options we have here at Liquid computing here - DATA SECURITY.

You can also sign up here for our webinar making GDPR a positive for your business here link we will be covering the following content:

Alternatively get in touch to find out how we can help your business comply with the GDPR regulations.