So you have your own company cybersecurity in order, but what about the people you do business with – and could their attitude impact on your own cyber health?

It’s being reported that some UK businesses are overlooking vulnerabilities in their supply chain.

They may be confident in their own protections, yet some professionals are concerned that the due diligence security audits performed when taking on suppliers are insufficient.

Supply chain hacking is nothing new. Sometimes known as value-chain or third-party attacks, a supply chain attack occurs when someone infiltrates your system through an outside partner or provider with access to your systems and data.

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IT Nation Picture

With just a month to go until GDPR comes into force, it will hardly come as a surprise that this was one of the hottest topics at IT Nation Europe when it came to London this month (April).

With around 400 managed service providers and IT vendors from across the globe gathering in the capital, it’s the largest conference for companies that sell, service and support technology in Europe.

GDPR has implications for all businesses, but of course is particularly relevant for our own sector.

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C SATs April 2018

At Clark IT we like to talk business, not just geek speak.

Yes, we can be nerdy computer buffs like you might find in the IT Crowd, waffling on about data mining, hyperconvergence, blockchain and VR.  And yes, beards and glasses are on trend among the males in our offices.

But when we’re talking with clients, we cut through the tech-talk and jargon and decode it to make it simple to follow and easy to understand.

We realise good communication is essential to understand and be prepared for the fast-paced and ever-changing world of IT.

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gdpr infographic

Despite fears that GDPR is rules-heavy and compliance costs could push up the cost of doing business, particularly for smaller firms, it’s right to ensure that consumers should be put in charge of their personal data.

The apparent free-for-all with personal data simply couldn’t go on.

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