ISSI achieves another top industry accreditation

As part of our continued service provision to our client’s organisations and Government departments, we are pleased to announce we have achieved the Cyber Essentials Plus Accreditation.

Cyber Essentials helps to guard against the most common cyber threats and demonstrates our commitment to cyber security, with the Plus element carried out independently by a Certification Body. The prestigious certification was required by one of the Government agencies we partner with and so we followed the necessary path to show commitment to our client.

Managing Director Gary Taylor commented:” We decided to take our Cyber Security expertise to the next level with the Cyber Essentials Plus certification. This involved an external organisation penetration testing our network and I’m delighted to report that we passed with flying colours. This demonstrates the above and beyond approach we offer our clients and industry partners to instil absolute confidence that our IT systems and Policies are built and maintained to National Cyber Security Centre standards.”

ISSI provides project services to clients in secure environments with design and build capabilities across multiple disciplines.

Information Security Systems Installations Ltd
Sector: Information and communication
Certificate no: QGCE1056-12
Certificate Level: Cyber Essentials Plus
Date issued: 05/08/2019
Accreditor: QG

About NCSC
Launched in October 2016, the NCSC has headquarters in London and brings together expertise from CESG (the information assurance arm of GCHQ), the Centre for Cyber Assessment, CERTUK, and the Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI). The NCSC provides a single point of contact for SMEs, larger organisations, government agencies, the general public and departments. We also work collaboratively with other law enforcement, defence, the UK’s intelligence and security agencies, as well as international partners.

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