Smart meters - are they safe?

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Data security is a hot topic, and a concern that won’t be going away anytime soon. Criminals are actively targeting consumers and businesses alike in their quest for easy pickings,  and with data breaches hitting the headlines on a regular basis, you’d be right to have concerns about how safe your data is online. But

Cyber attacks and malware threaten all businesses

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Cyber attacks aren’t going away. Email will continue to be the main distribution method and social engineering practices (tricking users) will continue to evolve. With data breaches becoming more common and high profile, there is a need for increased diligence from directors concerning cyber security, to prevent claims arising Directors in the US are potentially

Unleash your Super Powers

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We’re encouraging Britain’s businesses to ‘Unleash their Super Powers!’ It’s a well-known fact that small business owners are super busy (excuse the pun) trying to run and grow their business. A recent survey revealed that smaller businesses have little time to engage with energy suppliers but are very wary of price rises. They also feel

International Women's Day - Lauren McCullough

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This week we’ve been celebrating International Women’s Day (8th March). We’ve asked some of our female colleagues about their career, from leaving school all the way through to what they are doing today. Our final interview comes from Lauren McCullough: Lauren McCullough, Continuous Improvement Delivery Manager, npower “I joined npower in 2010 straight out of

International Women's Day - Birgit Lichtenstein

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This year March 8th is International Women’s day, with the theme ‘Be Bold To Change’ and to celebrate, every day this week we’re featuring some of our female colleagues, asking them all about their career from leaving school through to what they are doing today.  Birgit Lichtenstein, Managing Director Innogy Business Services UK I grew up

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