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Coronavirus: Your technology considerations
Sheila Pancholi

12 March 2020

As more people work from home due to coronavirus and need to rely on technology to assist in communications organisations need to ensure their IT infrastructure can cope. We have included some key considerations for organisations to cover.

Pension scheme member communications
Sheila Pancholi

16 July 2019

Listen to our webinar on how reviewing your communications strategy objectives and processes will add significant value and mitigate continually evolving and wide-ranging risks.

Tackling global risk
Sheila Pancholi

23 June 2019

A lack of preparation and due diligence can have a huge impact on any business, and having a firm grasp on technological advances is crucial. Use this section to understand the risk associated with international expansion and the key considerations needed to overcome these.

The RSM Alumni Network: stay connected
Robert Ross

19 September 2018

RSM’s alumni network is designed to help those who have left the firm, to stay connected and to make the most of the networks they have built whilst working here. Read more about how you can get involved.

Cyber risks continue to disrupt business
Sheila Pancholi

03 September 2018

We have now had a year to absorb the effects of the new ‘protected trust’ rules for offshore trusts, and to reflect on their implications for trustees and beneficiaries alike. The new rules change the UK tax treatment of trusts created prior to a settlor becoming deemed UK domiciled, but in which the settlor has retained an interest. Overall, the effect of the new rules is overwhelmingly positive, but great care needs to be taken with implementation.

Combat complacency and maintain compliance - what next for GDPR?
Sheila Pancholi

16 July 2018

The GDPR enforcement deadline of May 2018 has been and gone – but that’ doesn’t mean that it’s done and dusted, that was simply the tip of the iceberg for data privacy. Organisations who become complacent about maintaining GDPR compliance are very much in danger of falling foul of it.

Cost of cyber breaches to middle market businesses quadruples
Sheila Pancholi

26 April 2018

The average cost of cyber breaches affecting medium sized businesses has quadrupled in the last two years according to the latest government survey. The Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2018 carried out by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, found that the estimated total cost of cyber breaches has consistently increased from £1,860 in 2016 to £3,070 in 2017 and £8,180 in 2018 – even when including breaches that do not result in lost assets or data. This represents an increase of over 400 per cent in just two years.

Wannacry no more? - cyber security in the NHS
Timothy Merritt

21 August 2017

The Wannacry cyber-attack created panic within the NHS and the disruption that followed impacted patient appointments, access to health records and the ability to access and use a range of systems.

The new reality for data protection in social housing
Sheila Pancholi

26 June 2017

The quantity and intricacies of the data held by social housing organisations means that they are particularly exposed under the new regulations. Is your organisation GDPR ready?

Tackling cyber crime complacency
Steven Snaith

15 May 2017

Cyberattacks are disruptive at their most basic, so why aren’t organisations doing all they can to prevent them?