In this article we look at how The Environmental Dimension Partnership Limited (EDP), worked alongside Tech OP Solutions, Information Security Company, to develop a new infrastructure across its three growing offices in Cirencester, Shrewsbury and Cardiff. The aim was to modernise EDP’s Information Communications Technology (ICT) to continue to ensure a robust data management system … Continue reading Remaining Strong During a Period of Growth with Technology – Real Life Case Study
Local Information Security company, Tech OP Solutions, are now able to award the Cyber Essentials tick for businesses, organisations and charities. Simon Hearne and Rupert Osicki, Cyber Auditors, passed their Cyber Essentials course during February and are fresh from training and ready to help organisations protect their vital information; by ensuring that the right level … Continue reading Tech OP Solutions are now official Cyber Essentials Accreditors in Gloucestershire
In 2016 Tech OP were approached by local company The Environmental Dimension Partnership (EDP) about upgrading their email server to the cloud. Here's how we upgraded their systems to Microsoft 365.
In 2015 Tech OP were contracted by the Australian facilities management company Broadspectrum to write software for a $258 million prisoner contract they had just won with the Western Australian government. The contract meant that Broadspectrum would now run all of Western Australia's court security and custodial services, meaning they needed a system for not only organising these services, but a system that would ensure these services run efficiently and to the highest standard possible.
Do know some of the most common ways a company’s data can be breached? Or how best to prevent them from happening? Here are 10 of the most common ways cyber criminals can get their hands on your data.
We’re not experts on GDPR law, but Cyber Security and GDPR are inextricably linked, and Cyber Security is certainly one thing we understand well.
This Sunday the Cheltenham literature festival welcomed Hillary Clinton, one of the most famous and influential faces to ever appear at the yearly event, to talk about her new book "What Happened". During a 90 minute q&a, the former US Secretary of State spoke about a variety of political topics, as well as last years failed election bid, and one issue she was especially frank on, were the allegations that Russia had used state sponsored computer hackers to influence the election. But what actually are these allegations? How did the Russian’s hack Clinton’s campaign? And what impact does that have on me?