How to Pass and Maintain the Cyber Essentials Certification

For many organisations, Cyber Essentials is becoming ever more relevant to their business in addressing IT security management. For more information about Cyber Essentials 

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Why should you attend?

  • •You may be considering taking the Cyber Essentials assessment.
    •You may have recently failed the assessment.
    •You want to find out the common pitfalls in achieving the security criteria.
    •You may have passed the assessment but want to simplify processes such as software patch management.
    •You want to take away administration rights but still want to allow staff flexibility over their personal IT requirements.
     

    About Cyber Essentials

    •Cyber Essentials is the government backed scheme that provides businesses, small and large, with clarity on good basic cyber security practice. By focusing on basic cyber hygiene, organisations of all sizes will be better protected from the most common cyber threats.
    •The importance of cybersecurity is something everyone understands – the range of threats and attacks against organisations of all sizes, as well as the risk of accidental or malicious data loss, makes it an essential part of any IT strategy.
    •With the increasing popularity of home working, use of cloud applications, and ‘digital transformation’ projects changing the way we work, it’s becoming ever more challenging however to ensure that your cybersecurity is up to date, and focused in the right areas.
    •With Cyber Essentials certification, not only will a business be more secure, but displaying the Cyber Essentials ‘badge’ will demonstrate that they have taken steps to be cyber safe – giving a distinct edge over competitors. What’s more, the UK Government already mandates suppliers to be Cyber Essentials certified if they are bidding for contracts that involve handling sensitive and personal information.