GDPR is here!

GDPR became law in May 2018 so it is vital to understand what it is, how it impacts your business, and what you need to do to be compliant. Hallidays can support you to be prepared and protected with our 4-step process, it's been designed by our team of experts and trusted partners to help with every step.
Learn More

Data Privacy Day

Since 2008, America and Canada have marked 28th January as Data Privacy day. It’s to commemorate the signing of Convention 108, the first legally binding international treaty dealing with privacy and data protection. It also helps to create awareness around the world of the importance for protecting data.
Learn More

Are you Cyber Wise?

Our online, interactive training courses contain hundreds of modules designed to get you and your team clued up with the latest cyber and social threats. Spam and Phishing attempts can be easily caught but what about advanced techniques such as whaling and social engineering?
Learn More

Recent Cyber Alerts

IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR SMARTPHONES

July 27th, 2018|0 Comments

Apple, Google and Intel have released important updates to their smartphones after a major Bluetooth vulnerability was discovered. The Bluetooth vulnerability gives hackers the potential to read messages and steal media such as videos and [...]

TICKETMASTER SECURITY BREACH

July 2nd, 2018|0 Comments

Ticketmaster has admitted to suffering a security breach with an estimated 40,000 UK customers account and payment details affected. Ticketmaster have announced on social media that they have suffered a security breach where an estimated [...]

What is Cyber Wise?

A new holistic approach from Hallidays that aims to vigilantly help protect all organisations  from Cyber Crime. We have everything you need to keep you continually up to date and armed against the biggest threats to your business. We’ll help you with your network, internet presence, mobility, policies and the leading contributor to devastating  and dangerous breaches –  human error.

 

51%

of the worst security breaches reported stemmed from initial human error

28%

of which were caused by current employees

74%

of the UK’s SMEs believe they are safe from cyber attacks

Source Juniper Research