Bring your own device securely

By Euan Henderson Cyber Security Technologist As more employees use their own devices for work, it’s crucial to ensure that company data is only accessed from secure business-approved applications. An employee may choose to use a new application to access company data if their existing application is not user friendly. Even though this is being …

Cyber Essentials Evendine

Cyber Essentials Evendine – what you need to know.

The Cyber Essentials Scheme has had its first major overhaul since IASME became the sole NCSC delivery partner in April 2020. Our Lead Assessor, Tony Wilson explains the new Evendine requirements. Now that we have had the chance to assess a number of submissions, we thought we’d take the opportunity to highlight some misunderstandings and …

Abbey scores distinction despite lockdown

A Maryport apprentice has achieved a Distinction despite going into lockdown only a week into her apprenticeship. Abbey Wright, 20, began work at Indelible Data in March 2020 just as the Coronavirus pandemic hit the UK forcing all staff to stay at home. Despite the difficulties of working from home away from her mentor, she …

Companies urged to be vigilant as tensions between Russia and the Ukraine bring cyber threat

By Jason McNicholas, Lead Cyber Technician and Tony Wilson, Managing Director Indelible Data is urging companies to be vigilant in light of rising tensions between Russia and the Ukraine. As history has shown from previous attacks on the Ukraine, third party collateral damage to UK companies is inevitable. Indelible Data therefore recommends companies of any …

Bringing new meaning to ‘Giving staff the axe!’

WITH staff outings a rarity during the pandemic, Indelible Data staff wanted to get it right when deciding our latest team building adventure – so we went axe throwing! It was Office Manager Georgia Routledge’s idea and while a little stunned when she first suggested it, the team decided to give it a go. Georgia …

New Cyber apprentices join Indelible Data

By Anna Wilson Their paths to a future career in cyber security began aged just 10 for two new Maryport apprentices after their dads brought broken computers home for them to fix. Tom Boughton, 20, and Aidan Collins, 18, travelled a remarkably similar path to winning a Cyber Security apprenticeship with Indelible Data. They faced …

Trusted support to achieve Cyber Essentials Certification

By Georgia Routledge Office Manager Thirty-four IT support companies have signed up to work exclusively with Indelible Data on Cyber Essentials since its Trusted Partner scheme launched a year ago. Indelible Data identifies experts who have demonstrated the skills and knowledge required to help companies achieve Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus certifications. More than …

Capture the Flag paintball-style

HIGH octane, competitive fun in the blistering Cumbrian heat was just what the team needed to reset to a new norm. Team Indelible Data entered the Raw War forest to capture a physical instead of a virtual flag for a change, while toting paintball guns. With temperatures reaching 27 degrees C, wearing masks and overalls, …