Yorkshire Tech Show - Cedar Court Hotel, Junction 39 off the M1 at Wakefield
Open to all, come and talk to the experts and see new technology. You will also see our Solar powered PC, Virtual reality and a whole host of LED touch interactive screens.
8th of November 2018 show starts at 8:30
Courtesy of BBC news - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-44371759#
Rochester Grammar School USB stick loss exposes pupil data
The data of more than 1,000 pupils at a Kent school was exposed when an unencrypted memory stick was lost.
The stick held information on every pupil at Rochester Grammar School.
It included the names, years, school house, date of birth, email address and special educational needs of the pupils as well as target and attainment grades, and whether they speak English.
The school has apologised and and referred itself to the Information Commissioner's Office.
A letter has been sent to parents since the loss explaining that the stick was handed in by a member of the public and the school has "no reason to believe the information has been shared".
A spokesperson for the Thinking Schools Academy Trust, which runs the school, said it places "the highest premium possible on data security" and it is "exceptionally disappointing" that strict policies and procedures were not followed.
The trust added: "We would like to apologise to every student, and their families, for this incident.
"We can provide parents with the data on their child that was lost and would like to reassure them that, although the loss is unacceptable, the information gives no access to student systems."
An Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) spokesperson confirmed it had received notice of a breach.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into effect on 25 May, gives Europeans more data protection rights and threatens giant fines for organisations that do not comply.
Under the new rules, businesses must report any data breaches to the Information Commissioner's Office within 72 hours if they have "potential negative consequences for individuals".
Harness the power of a deep learning neural network
Drive threat prevention to unmatched levels. The artificial intelligence built into Intercept X is a deep learning neural network, an advanced form of machine learning, that detects both known and unknown malware without relying on signatures. Deep learning makes Intercept X smarter, more scalable, and higher performing than security solutions that use traditional machine learning or signature-based detection alone.
Remember Wannacry? many schools are now looking towards better protection. In the past we've relied upon good firewalls and Sophos Anti Virus to keep us all safe. Many schools are now looking at InterceptX as their main line of defence. InterceptX uses intelligence to understand how things should work and can pick up on suspicious activities before they become a problem.
Join us at our annual event at the Cedar Court Hotel Junction 39 off the M1.
We have a day of short seminars covering GDPR, eSafety and Integris G2 to mention a few.
We will also have new technologies such as Virtual Reality and 3D printing.