What is Directors and Officers insurance?

It’s fair to say one of the most overlooked policies in the world of insurance would be Directors and Officers (D&0) insurance. It is also known as management insurance and is used to protect the people in the management structure of a business from any claims which may arise from...

Futuristic banking security could change the game for hackers

We’re used to our miniature card-readers and well-versed in keychain dongles which generate a unique passcode before we can log in to our online accounts. But these once new-fangled features are rather old hat when it comes to banking security. What’s next? From dynamic PIN numbers to iris scanners, there’s...

Understanding cyber insurance

The media go to phrase of the past decade when it comes to cyber insurance has undoubtedly been “Cyber Attack”. Which for you and I means a data breach leading to the theft of valuable data, we’ve seen numerous examples from the fifteen year old American who managed to hack...

Consent checklist: What your business MUST do to comply with GDPR

The way you currently contact your clients and prospects is changing, with the introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018. Whether you’re sending marketing communications such as blog posts, deals and offers, or providing information about new services, your clients must now specifically agree to...

Review to a kill: How important are online reviews of your business?

Reputation is a measurement of how much you are trusted by a relevant community – your customers, suppliers, the public and other businesses. But since the invention of the internet, it has never been easier or quicker for a brand’s reputation to be damaged – and bad publicity can have...

Noisy workplace? How employers can help prevent tinnitus

Approximately 1 in 10 people are affected by tinnitus, but how much do you really know about the condition? Are you or your employees exposed?   Isn’t it just a ringing in the ears? Most often experienced as a constant ringing, buzzing, whistling or hissing in the ears or head,...

When are landlords allowed to access their property?

As a residential landlord, you tread a fine line between actively maintaining your property while leaving tenants to live in peace. What is a landlord’s right of entry? Tenants are likely to regard the property as their home. Under “the covenant for quiet enjoyment”, UK law entitles tenants to enjoy...

3 plastic-free solutions which could be making a comeback

Iceland, Penzance, Blue Planet, the Government – they all have their sights set on a world that no longer relies so heavily on throwaway plastic, once the be-all and end-all solution to convenience and now the dirge of the planet. As she set out Britain’s long-term plans to a healthier...

How can you ensure the safety of your data online?

Most of us don’t think twice about using the internet. How often do you check your bank account on-the-go, order a birthday present for delivery in less than 24 hours or exchange messages with friends on Facebook? But the downsides of our reliance on internet technology are increasingly documented. Largely...