Regency IT Consulting Continues its Sponsorship of Royal Signals Course

Regency IT Consulting has sponsored the Royal Signals,’ Foreman of Signals (Information Systems), course since approximately 2010. Continue reading “Regency IT Consulting Continues its Sponsorship of Royal Signals Course”

It’s Your Data: Look After It.

‘Can you name a city that doesn’t have a Y in it?’ ‘Can you spell your mother’s maiden name with no vowels.’ Continue reading “It’s Your Data: Look After It.”

Andy Cooke, Ben Worthy & Keith Turner to Attend ICS UK CyberSecurity Conference 2018

Airbus CyberSecurity head of consultancy and Regency MD, Andrew Cooke, Regency’s Operations Director, Keith Turner and Regency’s Senior ICS security expert, Ben Worthy, will be attending the 2018 ICS CyberSecurity Conference, sponsored by Airbus CyberSecurity, to be held at at the London Hilton on Canary Wharf. Continue reading “Andy Cooke, Ben Worthy & Keith Turner to Attend ICS UK CyberSecurity Conference 2018”

Rising to the Industry 4.0 cybersecurity challenge

Industry 4.0 is the next phase in modern manufacturing. The term describes the fourth industrial revolution where, driven by the Internet of Things (IoT), physical devices within industrial plants are being fused with the internet so that processes can be carried out through automation. Continue reading “Rising to the Industry 4.0 cybersecurity challenge”

For 3rd Year Running, Regency’s MD Supports Brother in the Yukon Quest

Over a three week period in February, having vowed last March “Never Again!!” Regency’s MD and Airbus head of Cyber Consultancy, Andrew Cooke, headed back out to Canada to support his brother Rob as he took part in the gruelling 1,000 mile, internationally renowned, sled dog race. Continue reading “For 3rd Year Running, Regency’s MD Supports Brother in the Yukon Quest”

Is a Truly Secure Computer Actually Possible?

I was once told by an old boss of mine, that the only way in which you could ever truly secure a computer was to encase it in concrete and drop it in the Mariana Trench.[1]   I guess at some 11,000 metres (approximately 7 miles) deep, that’s as about as secure as you could ever get it.
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Ignorance is not a recognised risk mitigation

Risk, the possibility of something happening or not which will affect your business, infrastructure, data, security, work force etc, either negatively or positively. That’s not a classical definition, by any stretch of the imagination from any Risk Management Manuals I’ve ever read, but it’s a definition that holds water in my opinion. It can be shortened further to ‘something that may happen, that will affect your business’.
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Regency Security Consultant recertifies as NCSC Certified Professional

Proving Regency’s continued commitment to the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) Certified Professional (CCP) scheme, William Wardrope this week recertified as a SENIOR Practitioner after 3 years in the Information System Security Manager role. Continue reading “Regency Security Consultant recertifies as NCSC Certified Professional”

GDPR -The New Millennium Bug?

I was recently told, after running through the offerings of Regency to a colleague on my client’s site, “Oh, you offer GDPR? Isn’t that just making shed loads of money like all the new computer consultancy companies did in 1999, leading up to the biggest fraud of the century, selling patches for the ‘didn’t happen’ Millennium Bug?” Continue reading GDPR -The New Millennium Bug?”