Business Interruption Is One Of The Top 5 Risks Concerning SME’s

Posted By on October 10th, 2019

Recent research conducted by Allianz has revealed that amongst SME’s, business interruption is one of their top worries when it comes to risks to their business. As well as business interruption, the research revealed that the top 5 concerns of SME’s include: Regulation Cyber Data Loss Brexit Why is Business Interruption such a concern to […]


Getting Your Business Ready For The Winter Months

Posted By on October 8th, 2019

As we move into October our thoughts move to the clock change, darker evenings and all things winter. It also makes us think of the risks that winter and cold, extreme weather bring with it. Especially those risks which can affect businesses ability to operate: Cold, icy weather can cause pipes to freeze. Which can […]


Disaster Recovery – What To Expect If The Worst Should Happen

Posted By on October 4th, 2019

Would you know what to expect if a disaster should strike your business? Disasters can come in many forms:  Natural disasters e.g floods Cyber-attacks Human error Fire Theft or vandalism Burst Pipes But if they should strike, all disasters will have a significant impact on your business operations. You may find your business facing any […]


What You Need To Know About GDPR

Posted By on October 2nd, 2019

GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. It came into effect on the 25thMay 2018. It is effectively the law which regulates how businesses must go about protecting the personal data of EU citizens. Any business that markets goods or services to EU citizens needs to ensure that they comply with the GDPR.  In the […]


Calculating The Right Level Of Business Interruption Insurance For Your Business

Posted By on September 25th, 2019

Business interruption insurance is designed to return your business to the same trading position that it was in before a disaster struck. It provides cover for loss of income suffered if your business has to cease trading for a period of time following a disaster. But do you know how to go about calculating the […]


Boosting The Security Of Your Business Premises

Posted By on September 24th, 2019

Security of your business premises is important all year round. But as we move into Autumn and as the evenings start to draw in, it is worth giving it some extra consideration to see if there’s anything you could do to give the security of your business premises a boost. The last thing you want, […]


Brexit Planning – What Should Your Business Be Doing To Get Ahead?

Posted By on September 19th, 2019

With the Brexit deadline of the 31st October fast approaching, businesses are being urged to make sure they are ready and taking steps to prepare for whatever the outcome. So, when it comes to Brexit planning what should your business be doing? Where should you be looking for the information that you need to inform […]


It Is Always Best To Be Prepared. You Never Know When Disaster May Strike.

Posted By on September 17th, 2019

September is officially known as ‘Preparedness Month’. A month dedicated to ensuring people are prepared to deal with the effects of disaster. Whilst initially focusing on helping people overcome the impacts of natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes etc, it has widened its remit since inception. The awareness month now looks to help with […]


Brexit….Why it Could Spell Disaster for your Business Continuity if you Fail to Plan Effectively

Posted By on September 12th, 2019

Brexit is all across the news. Particularly so in the last week. Whilst the goal post of the leaving date continues to move (the deadline is set for the 31st October at time of writing), Brexit is a real issue for businesses of all sizes. Whether we leave the EU with or without a deal, […]


Why Disaster Recovery Planning Shouldn’t Be Hard Work

Posted By on September 10th, 2019

To many businesses the thought of putting together a disaster recovery plan ca be a daunting one. Particularly to small businesses. You may think you don’t have the resources to allocate to the creation of a plan. Or feel that financial restrictions limit your capacity to put together a robust plan. All in all disaster […]