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The force, as a public authority, must publish various classes of information in our Disclosure Log. Here are the FOI requests and responses we have made since 1 April 2016. Older responses made prior to that date are also available in a different format.

Request for information of Data Centre’s operated by NYP (FOI: 1240.2019-20)

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Request 1. Are the Data Centre’s operated by or for the organisation fit for purpose? For example, is there a Business Continuity Plan, is there Disaster Recovery in place or is it a single site? 2. Is there any capital investment in data centres planned in the next 36 months? For example, Mechanical & Electrical […]

Number of spam/malicious emails blocked by NYP between 2018 & 2019 (FOI: 1008.2019-20)

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Request Total number spam/malicious emails blocked by your organisation over the last 2 calendar years (2019 and 2018) broken down by year. Please could you also provide a category for the malicious emails e.g. 2,300 phishing emails, 5,000 spam/junk emails, 3,400 anti-virus blocks. Response To locate the information relevant to your request searches were conducted […]

How many computers does NYP have and which operating systems are used (FOI: 0954.2019-20)

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Request How many computers do you have in your organisation? Of these computers, how many are running Windows XP? Of these computers, how many are running Windows 7? Of these computers, how many are running non-Microsoft operating systems? Do you expect to have all of your machines with Microsoft operating systems to be running Windows […]

Which Web Filtering Solution is currently implemented at NYP (FOI: 0893.2019-20)

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Request Which Web Filtering Solution do you currently have implemented at the organisation?  How many users does this support?  Who was this purchased through?  How much is the current contract value and how many years does this cover?  When is the Web Filtering contract due to expire?  Who is in charge of reviewing the web […]