Discover how you can protect your business on a budget in our guide
A Guide To CyberSecurity Certification In The UK
From cyber essentials to ISO 27001
The Small Business Guide to Cyber Insurance
What does the future hold for a growing industry?
The State of UK SME cybersecurity
Rob S – May 11, 2022
UK SMEs have faced a turbulent few years. The COVID-19 pandemic altered the way many of us work forever.
Why are data backups so important?
Rob S – April 12, 2022
In the midst of all the messages telling you that it’s important to backup data, you may have found yourself wondering, why?
DCMS Cybersecurity Breaches Survey 2022
Rob S – May 4, 2022
Covers everything from threats to the processes businesses use to protect themselves and takes in everything from schools to start-ups.
SME Cost of Living Crisis Report
Economic storm clouds have been gathered for some time now. With interest rates at 15-year highs, inflation running rampant, and the cost of just about everything mounting, every business – from FTSE 100 monoliths to local micro firms – is being forced to make difficult choices. But how are the UK’s small businesses handling the storm?
If your work has any crossover with the UK government, you’ve probably heard the words ‘Cyber Essentials’ mentioned at some point. Compliance with these security guidelines is required for many government tenders.
Which certification is better for you depends on what your goals
are. If you’re looking to show customers that you care about data
protection, then the Essentials certification can be a solid starting
point. It is also advisable and, in some cases a requirement, that
companies bidding for contracts or tenders in the public sector
achieve the necessary certification.