Did you know?
- 43% of businesses have experienced a cyber security breach or an attack in the last 12 months.
- The impact can be costly, with the average cyber security breach costing medium sized businesses £16,000.
Source - www.ersourocu.org.uk/cyber.aspx.
CRIBB Cyber Securities have developed a unique and specific solution for SMEs to be able to obtain a Government security certificate for Cyber Essentials, to increase company protection and improve GDPR compliance.
Dr Emma Philpott, CEO, The Information Assurance for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Consortium (IASME) commented:
“Micro businesses have plentiful and competing demands on precious resources. I’m delighted that CRIBB Cyber Security have introduced a package that outlines the strategic importance of data protection and cyber security as well as making the solutions accessible to micro businesses.”
The package is typically for SMEs of one to four members of staff, but CRIBB suggests that you contact them regardless of whether your company has a larger staff base, as you will still require the certification and they can offer other solutions. Seemingly, from January 2019 you will be required to have the minimum Cyber Essentials certificate.
Increase your system security by approximately 70% with expert level help and guidance from this Gold awarded Government assessor. CRIBB have many security services and solutions available to increase your security and protect your business.
For more information please contact email@example.com and quote HCC1 for a free discussion and valuable free web scan and report.