Articles & Information

Articles:

Data, Reputation and Risk

We live in a rapidly changing business environment with a constantly evolving technology landscape. Nowadays, ensuring the privacy and security of information is not just foremost in the minds of IT directors. It’s a risk factor that has become a major headache for every business executive.

The EU ePrivacy Directive

The EU ePrivacy Directive came into effect on 25 May 2011 and states that organisations must provide clear and comprehensive information about the cookies they set on site visitor devices, including the purpose and description of each cookie.

Cookie Compliance

Since may 2011, Website owners are required to provide site visitors with clear and comprehensive information on the cookies, and similar technology such as HTML 5 storage, so that they can make an informed decision as to whether they should continue to use the site.

Introduction to cookies

A Cookie is a small text file and each website you visit stores cookie on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Cookie are not good or bad and can do no harm to your system. The website owner uses the stored letters and numbers in the file for many reasons and examples include setting your language, making the website easier to use, helping you shop online ...

Information Governance

We live in a rapidly changing business environment with a constantly evolving technology landscape. For every digital solution you apply to an operational process, the result is informational output that needs to be managed in some way.