CRITICAL Software Achieves Combined IASME Governance Model and Cyber Essentials Certification
December 15, 2017
CRITICAL Software has been successfully re-certified with the Cyber Essentials certification and, at the same time, has added the IASME Consortium Governance Model to its certification achievements.
The IASME Consortium is an accreditation body appointed as part of the Cyber Essentials Scheme and was recently recognised as one of the best cyber security standards for companies by the UK Government.
Both certifications allow companies in a supply chain to demonstrate their commitment to data management through the implementation of essential levels of protection against cyber-attack.
“CRITICAL Software has again successfully completed the Cyber Essentials assessment which focuses on the five most important technical security controls,” explains Tiago Gomes, Quality Manager, CRITICAL Software. “We went further this year and added the IASME governance standard requirements to our internal procedures too. We believe these achievements reiterate our commitment to deliver a safe and secure service to our customers by making sure we protect ourselves adequately.”
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