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Business as Usual

From Monday 16 March Anson Evaluate, having taken account of UK Government advice and to protect our staff and our clients we are  allowing staff to self isolate and work from home where appropriate. Our IT and communications systems allow for our normal services to be provided to our clients in full from any secure location and we have allowed staff to work from home for a period previously, most recently due to localised flooding making travel difficult for staff in autumn 2019 – we have been here before.

We are open for business and will be continuing to provide a full service to our clients via secure means including email, phone and video conferencing.  Appointments for calls will continue to be booked via the usual address admin@ansonevaluate.com.  We will not be providing in-person meetings for at least the next 4 weeks and will keep this under review.

If your business needs help with online Training for secure remote working and communications, we are open for business.  If your organisation needs to assess suppliers or standards for regulatory compliance when it comes to working on the move or at home, we are available and ready to help.

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5 Ways to Reduce Cybersecurity Risks!

1 – Ensure systems are properly patched & all Updates are installed and not left vulnerable.

Throughout your organisation you may use many different systems all of which may need to be updated from time to time. When an update is made available make sure that it is completed as soon as possible and that it the

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1 Year Anniversary of the GDPR

With the 25th of May fast approaching, it’s been almost a year since the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) came into force throughout the European Union (“EU”). In celebration, we are offering £100 off our GDPR Compliance Manual for Law Firms.

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Data Protection Officer Service

Under the European General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), for some organisations it is a mandatory requirement to have a Data Protection Officer (“DPO”), whether this is in-house or outsourced. However, mandatory or not, a DPO can still be beneficial to all firms who need guidance and support to ensure compliance with GDPR.

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Apple faces a rot, from its core, outwards

There is no denying that Apple have revolutionised the way in which we communicate across the globe. Since the production of its first iPhone, unveiled on the 9th January 2007, its sales have created a profit of over 3.7 billion, resulting in the organisation becoming the first public company worth more than 1 trillion dollars.

Little did Apple predict the worm around the corner…

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