Protect your business from the threat of a cyber attack with the Cyber Essentials or Cyber Essentials Plus certification
The rise of cyber crime is a real and present threat to businesses of all sizes and unfortunately an attack of some sort is not a matter of if but of when. If you are not adequately protected an attack can result in significant financial and reputational damage.
And with the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018, it is even more important than ever that your business and personal data are adequately protected.
Cyber criminals don’t just attack banks and large companies – they target any
kind of organisation, often using automated means to seek out network vulnerabilities. Even small businesses are at risk – and the majority of cyber attacks exploit basic weaknesses in IT systems and software.
Cyber Essentials – Securing your business against the risk of a cyber attack
Cyber Essentials (CE) and Cyber Essentials Plus (CE+) are government-backed cyber security certification schemes that set out a good baseline of cyber security for organisations across all industry sectors. By holding the CE or CE+ certification, an organisation not only helps to protect itself from the most common cyber threats, but it also demonstrates a clear commitment that security is taken seriously.
Cyber Essentials is also recognised by the Information Commissioner’s Office as addressing a number the GDPR security of systems and facilities requirements.
Our CE and CE+ qualified Team guarantee your Organisation will pass
We have expert qualified staff who hold the Accredited Cyber Essentials Practitioner (Advanced) certification. When we work with you, we will discuss your security requirements and advise you on what is required to gain the certification. We guarantee you will pass the CE or CE+ certification once any risk mitigations have been implemented.
Find out more about Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus and ensure your business is protected against malware and other cyber security threats. Contact us on: 01224 961177, or email: [email protected].