Customer Privacy Notice: BS 10012:2017

This policy is not contractual and can be reviewed, amended or withdrawn at any time. Please be advised that Sapphire discourages the retention of hard copies of policies and procedures and can only guarantee that the policy on the Sapphire website is the most up to date version.

Sapphire’s Customer Privacy Notice
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Three Technologies to Watch – InfoSec 2018

For over 22 years Sapphire has been protecting people, assets and data from malware, cyber attacks and security breaches. Drawing on our experience and longevity within the industry, we’d like to share with you which technologies will be the ones to watch at InfoSecurity 2018.

Forcepoint CASB – Visibility & Control …

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100 Days to GDPR

Author: Dr Steven Winstanley, Security Consultant, Sapphire

London, UK, 14 Feb 2018 – The UK played an important role in the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) drafted by Sir Oscar Dowson, a retired legal adviser to the Home Office as a means of guarding against the rise of new dictatorships …

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GDPR: Information Security & Data Protection

London, UK, 27 Oct 2017 – We’re now only 10 weeks away from 2018, the year of the EU GDPR (EU General Data Protection Regulation). To help you along the way, each Friday, Sapphire will publish a recommendation or action you can take to ensure that the information security and …

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IT Security Consultant – Scotland

We have an exciting opportunity to join our Scottish office as an IT Security Consultant. This technical role will support the sale and delivery of security technologies from the Sapphire portfolio to our clients.

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For over 22 years Sapphire has delivered industry leading IT security solutions to public and private sector …

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Petya / Not-Petya – The Story So Far

Author: Sean Seaman, Security Consultant, Sapphire

London, UK, 29 June 2017 – Reports of an outbreak of the malware strain Petya hit the news earlier this week. The malware seems to have spread throughout Eastern Europe with only a small number of reported attacks outside of this area.

Initially sited as a …

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