IASME Becomes Sole Cyber Essentials Partner

All change for the government's security certification programme.


Earlier this year, the NCSC (National Cyber Security Centre) announced that changes were coming to the Cyber Essentials scheme, one of which would be to reduce the number of accreditation bodies, from five down to one. The result of the competition has now been revealed, with the IASME Consortium set to take charge of Cyber Essentials from 1st April 2020.

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Dormant Malware And Hidden Hackers

Can you protect your business from invisible threats?


With cyber security, it’s generally true that the less that seems to be happening, the better. Sure, you can check in the security logs to see what your defences have been up to, and you can set up alerts to inform you when an attack has been halted. But if everything is quiet, then disaster hasn’t yet struck, and that can only be a good thing – at least that’s what you might think.

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Got Your Cyber Security Sorted? Great. Now Keep It That Way

Maintaining your defences is as important as setting them up to begin with.

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Cyber Essentials Is Changing – But Will It Be Better?

Government responds to consultation results.


Five years on from its initial inception, the government-run security scheme Cyber Essentials is changing. By April 2020, a new model is expected to be in place, with more changes set to follow.

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