Cyber Essentials Accreditation
Become Cyber Essentials Accredited
The Cyber Essentials Accreditation: Do you want to win bigger clients, ensure GDPR compliance, improve your IT security and reassure your customers?
Becoming Cyber Essentials Accredited provides a swift and simple route to all of these. The government-backed scheme is designed to give you the tools to manage cyber threats better and ensure security is a priority. The process of obtaining Cyber Essentials Accreditation will boost internal confidence and provide peace of mind for clients. Our experienced team will support you through Cyber Essentials Accreditation from sign-up to completion. We’ll ensure a smooth process and minimal disruption throughout.Get in Touch
Cyber Essentials VS Cyber Essentials Plus
The original Cyber Essentials scheme was introduced in 2014, and there are two levels – Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus. But what’s the difference?
This is a self-certification programme and a government-backed scheme created to…
This is a self-certification programme and a government-backed scheme created to help enterprises improve cyber security. The process of getting the accreditation means looking at a wide range of different areas of potential vulnerability, including malware, user access, firewalls and security configuration.
Cyber Essentials Plus
Cyber Essentials Plus is the same as Cyber Essentials because both…
Cyber Essentials Plus is the same as Cyber Essentials because both certifications work based on the same five technical controls. For a Cyber Essentials Plus certification, an external assessor is involved in testing and proving that the five technical controls are in place.
“With the constant rise in cyber security threats, we needed to ensure that our network was as safe as possible to remain compliant with new regulations. Matt at SADS IT set up two-factor authentications, ran several penetration tests and supported us through Cyber Essentials Plus certification. The whole process was made simple thanks to SADS IT and we can now reassure our own customers that their data is safe.”
– M.D. Accountancy chain in Kent