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Rules, Guidelines & Procedures

Rules, Guidelines & Procedures

This section of our business website is designed to provide you with information and advice on managing information and cyber security in your organisation, including how to better equip yourself and your employees in a world of business where we have become completely dependent on data and the internet .


Click on the links below for information and advice.  

Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery

Knowing how to maintain 'business as usual' in the event of a problem is vital.

Business Security Planning

The first step to taking a systematic approach to security.


Cyber certification can bring important benefits to any organisation.

The Cyber Essentials Scheme

A basic standard providing confidence to measure and reduce basic risks.

Cyber Liability Insurance

Cover eventualities such as lost data, viruses, hacking and data protection breaches.

Data Protection Act

If you store personal information, you must comply with the Data Protection Act.

Employee Qualifications

The qualifications needed vary according to your organisation.


You should have a framework in place for security governance.

Guidelines for Charities

Charities are are as much as a target for fraudsters as any other organisation.

Information Risk Assessments

Awareness of risks is prerequisite to having an information security strategy.

Legal Compliance

Maintaining robust security and safety could be pivotal to remaining legally compliant.

Staff Behaviour

The most secure systems can be rendered vulnerable by lax behaviour.

Staff Policies

Any connected organisation faces risk. Minimise this with robust staff policies.

Staff Training

The best security technology is of little use without the proper training.

Unnecessary Services

Systems or services no longer in use should be decommissioned to minimise risk.