Following a serious physical security breach at a global bank’s site in central London, Head Office swiftly took action to secure the replacement of circa 2500 encoded and numbered staff access cards. Each card contained personal information. ID Card Centre matched uniquely referenced cards containing personal information, including new ID images, and replaced every card.
Access control and contactless technology is constantly increasing in popularity as industries strive to improve efficiency and security. In an ever-growing market, it can be difficult to know where to go when sourcing a supplier if you’re looking to implement a contactless system in your establishment. As contactless technology continues to develop, more and more ways to use it are becoming available- most people use contactless technology in their daily life.
What is contactless technology used for?
Uses include contactless payments, gym passes, secure door access, vending and PC log-o..
ID Card Centre are today delighted to announce we now have Cyber Essentials Certification.
Cyber Essentials, operated by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is a UK government information assurance scheme.
Being awarded with this certification proves that we have adopted and routinely follow good practice with regards to information security.
Customers using ID Card Centre can be assured that their information is protected due to the processes, checks and controls that we have in place to protect against any threats coming from the internet.
“We have always been ext..
Christmas is here once again, which means that as always ID Card Centre Ltd will be donating to a charity of our choice. There are, of course, so many charities across the country that need support. This year, our charity of choice is very close to home. 100 Ladles -Action for Homelessness and hunger are a local charity, offering aid to those that need it in Northampton town centre. Every Saturday evening the community run group gathers on Northampton town’s main street to serve up hot meals, drinks and other snacks and essentials to Northampton’s homeless population.
Our Director, Nico..
In the past, getting photographs of private material required careful consideration. Imagine a secret agent sneaking around a secure government facility or a spy snooping around a product development lab- reliant on their hi-tech gadgetry to get photos of private material. Today, people don’t need their camera’s disguised as a pen or shirt button- the infamous camera sunglasses are a thing of the past, too. Why? Today’s modern world has the ever-developing mobile phone camera, allowing quick and easy photography wherever they go.
As the presence of mobile phones, camera..
As the team here at ID Card Centre continues to grow, it’s our delight to introduce you to our newest addition to the sales team- Lauren! Lauren joins us as a business administration apprentice, studying for the qualification alongside her day to day duties in the office. Since starting, Lauren has been able to quickly develop key skills, learning all about how the business runs and dealing with daily enquiries over the phone and via email. Lauren also processes quotes and orders on a daily basis. Alongside Lauren’s day to day roles within the office, she balances her apprenticeship work a..
This is Ciaran, our new digital marketing apprentice! Ciaran joins William in working towards his digital marketing qualification and contributing to ID Card Centre’s social media presence. Much of Ciaran’s work, such as SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is behind the scenes, but it’s in no way unimportant! He’s working hard to make sure our website and online performance is optimised, constantly monitoring the site and creating detailed reports. Ciaran is also responsible for adding new products and information to the website as well as heading up our presence on LinkedIn w..
On 25th October, ID Card Centre picked up a further three awards, this time at the 2018 Northamptonshire SME Business Awards in association with the Business Times.
In the running for three categories, the evening saw our Sales and Operations Executive, Andrew Glenn come Runner Up in the Apprentice of the Year, we also came runner up in High Growth Business of the Year and our Co-Director Nicola O’Brien got the amazing accolade of Business Woman of the Year.
On awarding Nicola with this title, the judges commented that it was her “great identification of a niche in the market combined wi..
Due to continued business growth, we finally had to concede that there was no more space available at Scirocco Close. We’d gone up into the roof, we’d reconfigured offices, we were using every last nook and cranny of available storage space and short of sitting on each other’s laps – we were at capacity!
In late Spring this year, a rare find of a unit became available – with a unique mix of lots of warehouse and office space. We quickly snapped it up and after 6 years at Scirocco Close, on the 19th October, we finally took possession of our new home at 53 Tenter Road.
Do you have a visitors’ book containing personal information such as names, car registrations and any type of contact details? Sometimes just adding the name of a business can be as good as giving out contact details – particularly if it’s a sole trader.
If you have a visitors’ book, please go through this checklist to see if you’re at risk of a GDPR breach.
Can visitors see information about earlier visitors when they sign in? This is probably a data privacy breach. Standard signing-in books do not comply with GDPR.
What happens if somebody walks off with your visitors..