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Are there security gaps lurking in your college

As the summer holidays approach now is the time to consider what could permit a data breach of confidential documents and personal data. Schools and colleges can be fined up to £500k for breaching the Data Protection Act.

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The holidays are when business managers in schools and colleges need to be aware of the heightened risk of a data breach. Reduced staff cover, increased home working, a more relaxed atmosphere on-site and the increased use of maintenance contractors coming into contact with confidential information are all likely to increase the risks of a data breach.
A data security risk assessment in schools would be considered due diligence that preventative measures were in place. 
Assess your own security in your college with our information security risk assessment - click the icon below:
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