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Quick guide: What the EU Trade Secrets Directive means for you

The EU directive that protects companies’ confidential expertise has been binding for EU firms since 9 June 2018. It was mainly implemented to provide a…

All about Information Security Management System @ Brainloop

Information security is paramount to our reputation and that of our customers. Brainloop’s collaboration platform is built in line with the highest data privacy standards,…

Data Protection Day: 5 simple steps to stay secure

As the world becomes more digital, initiatives like Data Protection Day, celebrated on 28th January, have never been more relevant. Awareness of information security is…

Subsidiaries under scrutiny

As regulators, investors and wider stakeholders increase their demands for companies to improve governance and compliance standards, subsidiary boards of large organisations are coming under…

Close to our heart: sharing the fruits of success

As 2018 draws to a close, we’d like to use this opportunity to take stock of it in a slightly different way. At Brainloop, it’s…

What a difference being different makes

Four colleagues and friends walk into a bar. It’s Friday, it’s pub quiz night and they’re feeling lucky. As a collection of the top minds…

The only person on stage who doesn’t make a sound

An arm sweeps dramatically through the air. The strings increase in speed. A subtle point of the left hand index finger and the percussions become…

It’s time to spice things up

You’re in the kitchen about to cook. You’ve got five ingredients laid out in front of you. Five of the most flavoursome, organic, top-quality ingredients.…

Lead or be led: Why digital transformation starts at the top

Digital transformation is in need of a boost. According to Ted Schadler, principal analyst at Forrester, too many businesses are not investing enough resources into…

It’s there clearly in front of you – hopefully

Now board agendas might not be described as exciting. In fact, you might even say they’re a bit mundane. But in the ‘task versus importance’…