With that in mind, it’s also possible to prevent many of these types of attacks by ensuring your organisation is well protected. In other words, that your front door is bolted.
Supported by the UK Government, Cyber Essentials focuses on five important technical controls to mitigate the most common internet-based cybersecurity threats. By putting these in place, organisations can demonstrate their cybersecurity commitment.
Your Cyber Essentials certification badge lets your customers and supply chain know that you have achieved a recognised standard and are serious about cybersecurity.
Cyber Essentials accreditation will:
Reassure your customers that you are focused on protecting your IT
Attract new business with the promise you have strong cybersecurity measures in place
Give a clear picture of your organisation’s cybersecurity status
Grow your public sector business (as some Government contracts require Cyber Essentials certification)
Transparity can help you gain this status. Our dedicated Security Consultants will help your organisation prepare for the IASME self-assessment through a series of important steps. We’ll work alongside you to review your existing security infrastructure, tooling, controls, frameworks, processes, and procedures – then use this insight to complete the IASME Cyber Essentials readiness tool.
Once these are completed, we will guide you through the self-assessment and submission process for IASME. Should you fail on any of the security controls, we will create a remediation plan for a resubmission.