Cyber security and the potential implications

05 Dec 2019

Written by Alice Smithson

Cyber security has become one of the biggest and most important subjects within the software industry, especially since the implementation of the GDPR Act in May 2018. It has become a subject of great importance, as businesses are taking extra measures to ensure the safety of detailed business and client information. iSalon advise that all salons educate their team members on the importance of cyber security and implement their own guidelines on how to keep their information as secure as possible. We offer solutions within our system to help salons implement.

 Working within the hairdressing, beauty, spa and college industry, our clients handle extremely sensitive and personal data, therefore it must be dealt with in the most secure, professional and correct manner. As part of our software we are able to set up specific user logins and determine the level of access required by that specific user. When discussing this with a client, it is up to your own individual preferences on access levels for their team members. Generally, directors and members of the management team often have high level access, with general team members and Front of House teams having generic access only.

COMMAND CENTRE

Our latest launch, Command Centre, allows you to manage your salon remotely with Pricebook Manager, Marketing, Reporting and Settings modules all included. These features allow the user to quickly and easily amend price lists, update team members and setups, manage marketing campaigns and get crucial business information instantly.

YourApp

Fully native, customisable app for salons, with registration and full setup. Clients can use the many features including booking appointments, ‘squeeze me in’, account details, history, gift vouchers and many more.

 

 

iCreate

A full service marketing agency that offers salon websites, social media management, graphic design, content creation and much more. https://icreateagency.co.uk/

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