Centre for Assessment Achieves New Accreditations
Accreditation to ISO 9001:2015 – Quality Management Systems
ISO 9001 UKAS ISO 14001
Centre for Assessment achieves IEMA approval as a training centre
As an IEMA registered training centre, Centre for Assessment will deliver IEMA certified training courses to assist clients with their ISO14001 requirements.
ISO 14001 IEMA
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10 Steps to becoming Cyber resilient
The increasingly high profile threat of security breaches, such as the attack on Mossack Fonseca and extensive breaches reported more widely in the legal sector, are holding many back from introducing innovative working practices that can improve their performance and future prospects.
Cyber Security ISO 27001
Clock ticking on law firms that fail to focus on customer service, research warns..
The research – written for Peppermint by Legal Futures Editor Neil Rose – showed that law firms were falling behind other sectors when it came to client satisfaction and customer support, with the gap getting wider as many law firms failed to cover the basics including following up enquiries and keeping in contact with former clients.
Customer Service Excellence Legal
Cyber-criminals alarm insurers as law firms lose £85m
QBE, which insures more than one in 10 law firms in England and Wales, said its latest data shows that around £85m has been stolen across the legal market in the past 18 months.
Lexcel ISO 27001
Cyber attack: how would 007 do it?
Organised criminal groups (OCGs) habitually use social engineering - the process of carrying out detailed research on key staff members via social networks such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter - in order to commit frauds and scams. Typically, this takes the form of a 'spear phishing attack', where a spoof email purporting to come from a boss, or some other trusted senior individual, is sent to a…
New ESOS Guidance Published In Response To Business Feedback