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Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery

Knowing how you are going to maintain ‘business as usual’ is vital.

Business Security Planning

Take a systematic approach to security. Start with an effective business security plan.


Having cyber certification can bring a number of important benefits to any organisation.

Cyber Liability Insurance

You may need insurance to cover lost data, viruses, hacking and data breaches.

Data Protection

If you store personal information on clients, employees or other individuals, you must comply with data protection.

Employee Qualifications

The qualifications your business needs vary according to its size, structure, management and IT provisioning.

GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)

If you process the personal data of EU citizens, this applies to you.


Have a framework for the governance of cyber and information security.

Information Access Management

It is vital to manage who has access to which information held by your business.

Information Risk Assessments

Be aware of the risks you face as a prerequisite to having an information security strategy.

Legal Compliance

Robust security could be pivotal to remaining legally compliant in many areas.

Staff Behaviour

The most secure systems can be rendered vulnerable by lax behaviour.

Staff Policies

Convenience and efficiency is balanced by a degree of risk, which must be minimised with staff policies.

Staff Training

The best security technology is of little use if employees are not appropriately trained in online and information security.

Unnecessary Services

Redundant systems & services should be thoroughly decommissioned to minimise security risks.