Posts Tagged ‘data protection’

Too many hats, too little time when running your business.

September 29th, 2016 | Posted by Emma Moorhouse | No Comments
When running your own business there comes a time when trying to do everything and be everyone not only becomes too much physically, it can hinder the growth of your ...

Use International Fraud Week to review how you deal with confidential waste

November 18th, 2015 | Posted by Emma Moorhouse | No Comments
Russell Richardson is backing International Fraud Week, taking place 15th – 21st November, by encouraging organisations to use the week to review their confidential waste policies and procedures. Fraud and identity theft is the ...

Why burning confidential waste doesn’t work!

September 3rd, 2015 | Posted by Emma Moorhouse | No Comments
After recently moving house, one of Russell Richardson’s employees found the pictured home incinerator at the bottom of the garden. Full of partially burnt confidential waste, the contents (some of ...

Compensation – the next penalty for a data breach?

May 28th, 2015 | Posted by Emma Moorhouse | 1 Comment
We warn organisations about the consequences of a data breach on a daily basis: damage reputation, loss of customer confidence, ICO fines. The penalties are getting tougher and as consumer ...