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ISO 27001:2022 is a year old! Here’s everything you need to know about the Standard and the steps to take to complete your transition!

In this guest article with Duncan Sutcliffe from Sutcliffe & Co Insurance Brokers, we look at why brokers are talking about cyber and data insurance, and the growth in demand for cyber security and information security standards like ISO 27001.

Understand the differences between these two well-known certifications: Cyber Essentials and ISO 27001 Information Security.

We are thrilled to announce the return of our Bingo Box challenge for the 6th time! Foodbanks, the lifelines for countless families, are grappling with unprecedented demand, leaving their shelves empty and their resources stretched thin.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

The days of checking bins have gone! Find out how ISO 14001 has changed with the times.

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In the dynamic landscape of modern business, organisations are constantly seeking ways to enhance operational efficiency, quality, and management practices. A powerful strategy that has gained traction is the implementation of multiple ISO standards.

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Implementing multiple ISO standards may seem daunting, but the Annex SL framework simplifies this process significantly. So, what is the Annex SL Structure, and what benefits does it bring organisations who want to implement multiple standards?

In the competitive landscape, achieving and maintaining excellence isn’t just an aspiration—it’s a necessity. One powerful tool that organisations employ to establish their commitment to quality and continuous improvement is the ISO 9001 standard and at the heart of it lies a crucial element that has the potential to reshape how businesses function: its focus on customer satisfaction.

In the wake of recent personal data breaches by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) and Norfolk and Suffolk Police, it has highlighted the importance of implementing robust measures to protect personal information, especially when the data is sensitive.

For any business to survive, continual improvement is vital.  However, we all know that improvements can be costly.  Deciding on the right way to spend any budget you do have can be difficult including new equipment, extra staff or training existing staff to name but a few.  In this article, we look at why ISO 9001 can be a big boost to any business and why we believe it is the best way to ensure continual improvement for your business.