Quote of the Week – 27/11/15 November 28, 2015Posted by Audit Monkey in Quote of the Week, Working Life in Britain.
Tags: email etiquette, hey, office etiquette, office formalities
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This week’s quote is a simple one.
#ICOFail, #DPAFail, #DataProtectionMisery November 6, 2015Posted by Audit Monkey in The Joy & Pain of Internal Audit.
Tags: #DPAFail, #ICOFail, CPS, Data Protection, DPA, ICO
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I should explain my thoughts behind my Tweet regarding the ICO (Information Commissioner) fining the CPS (Crown Prosecution Service) for a breach of the Data Protection Act (DPA). The BBC’s reporting of this is rather brief, and it implies it was the theft of laptops and unencrypted material in the care of the CPS. (The article can be read here.)
Quote of the Week – 30/10/15 October 30, 2015Posted by Audit Monkey in Quote of the Week, The Joy & Pain of Internal Audit.
Tags: business efficiency, business profitability, internal audit, internal audit effectiveness, lazy employees, Quote of the Week
This week I caught up with a Recruitment Consultant with whom I am on friendly terms and we chatted about the usual subjects, e.g. who was recruiting, who wasn’t and salaries. (more…)
Audit Monkey is on Twitter October 26, 2015Posted by Audit Monkey in The Joy & Pain of Internal Audit.
Indeed, I’ve bitten the Twitter bullet! Apparently a widget will appear on my home page in due course. In the interim, if you really want to check out the Audit Monkey Twitter feed, the link is here.
So why I have bitten the bullet? I discovered that some of my posts were being reproduced in the Twittersphere, so I thought I might as well go the whole hog!
It’s Good to Talk… October 24, 2015Posted by Audit Monkey in The Joy & Pain of Internal Audit.
Tags: cyber attack, Data Protection, Dido Harding, ICO, information security, infosec, infosec breaches, TalkTalk, USB data sticks
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The Blog seems to be suffering at the moment as the readership seems to be an all time low! Anyway, this week has been eventful as we have seen a hack attack at ‘TalkTalk’ and the loss of some 4 million customer records and accompanying bank account details.