The UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals.

Working from home can bring freedom and flexibility – but it can also come with its own challenges. If you’re working from home we’ve developed some guidance to help you remain compliant with data protection laws. 

Working from home – security checklists for employers

We understand that many organisations have had to shift to homeworking and are using new IT solutions – but it’s important that organisations assess these new systems to make sure they’re safe. Our security checklist will give you an initial overview and help you identify any security vulnerabilities.

Bring your own device – what should we consider?

If your employees are working remotely, you might have considered letting them use their own devices. We’ve outlined the benefits and the risks of using company devices, bringing your own device and bringing your own software.

How do I work from home securely? Ten tips

There can be a number of challenges to working from home. We’ve put together ten top tips to make sure data protection isn’t one of them.

Blog - Video conferencing: what to watch out for

Ian Hulme, the ICO’s Director of Assurance gives business owners, employers and managers advice about how to safely use the latest video conferencing technology