What is GDPR?

GDPR is The General Data Protection Regulation. The introduction of GDPR is to ensure organisations have a clear understanding how to process personal data. Users must be informed and give consent when an organisation intends to process personal data.

GDPR applies to all organisations which process the data of people living within the UK and EU, regardless of the company’s location.

If you are in the UK, you might be thinking the GDPR does not apply to your business. However, even though the UK is not part of the EU, we still have an obligation to ensure we are compliant when handling data.

We would love to hear from you to discuss your cyber needs. We aim to keep you informed with the latest news and updates in the Cyber Security world. You can call 07534409004 or 07399475294 or email us today.

CYBER SECURITY AND TRAINING

What We Do

We offer you expert Cyber Security advise, to help prevent a hack or an employee error. We fully understand the GDPR requirements and we can support your business to understand it too.

Start the process now to protect from hackers! Think about safety and security both online and offline. Remember cybercrime is a profitable industry for attackers and it continues to grow. So be one of those business that start tightening your security measures and reassess all procedures to better protect the consumer data you use and store. 

Services

Cyber security should be second nature, here at E & L Consultancy Group we offer have a variety of services to get you going. Cyber security for your organisation starts here.

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Train Your Team About Phishing

Phishing is a type of online scam. Scammer work 24/7 across the web to gain unauthorised access to profiles, inbox, and even financial accounts. Hackers will attempt to fool you making you believe they are a legitimate company. They can do this via email, text messages, advertisement and other means available in order to steal sensitive information. This can be done by adding a link that appears to be trustworthy redirecting you to a company’s website or to fill in your personal information. Most of us probably think we can identify a phishing attack before falling for one, however the scam is very successful as it appears real enough to convince us.

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Our goal is to bring confidence that our phishing test will boost your employees cyber security awareness in an controlled environment.

If you are worried about a scam report it to Action Fraud, the UK’s national fraud reporting centre by calling 0300 123 20 40 or by visiting www.actionfraud.police.uk. If you are in Scotland contact Police Scotland on 101.

*For further guidance how to report a data breach visit the ICO or Contact Us for more assistance.