Today’s commercial enterprises are faced with many conflicting demands on time and other scarce resources with criminal, civil and regulatory consequences for letting any issues ‘fall between the cracks’.
With so much being invested in Information and Communications Technology (ICT), and the information stored and processed therein, there is a real need to ensure that such information is accessible, only to those who should have access, is uncorrupted, such that its veracity can be relied upon, and available, as and when needed, for business use.
Those operating in the legal profession are often privy to some of the most sensitive personal and business information entrusted by clients and Law Enforcement to 3rd parties – the potential consequences of civil, criminal and regulatory action, for failure to adequately secure such information, are self-evident.
Hotels & Conference Facilities
Publicly accessible conference facilities offer a valuable service to meeting organisers who either need to organise a meeting remote from their own facilities or have no such facilities of their own.
With constant access to such facilities by a variety of clients, maintenance and cleaning personnel, conference facilities are highly vulnerable and may undermine clients confidence in rented or 3rd party provided conference facilities.
Managed office facilities offer a valuable service to clients who have no permanent office facility of their own or who are operating remote from their own office.
Operating away from Head Office is also to imply that clients are operating away from the security apparatus which is usually located at Head Office thus operating out of managed office facilities may incur a compromise in the security applied to proprietary information being processed off-premises.