Reduce your cyber risk by up to 80% by ensuring your business is following best practice.
Cyber security is no longer just for large organisations and global enterprises. Threats are continuing to evolve, and criminals are developing new and more sophisticated methods to exploit vulnerabilities in your systems and your staff.
By being Cyber Essentials accredited, you are showing your commitment to cyber security and providing reassurance to your customers that protecting their data is a top priority.
What is Cyber Essentials?
Cyber Essentials is a Government-backed scheme created and regulated by the National Cyber Security Centre. The Cyber Essentials scheme provides guidance and tools to help organisations measure their defences against common threats and demonstrate their commitment to cyber security.
Cyber Essentials offers a sound foundation of basic best practices that all types of organisations can implement and build on.
Without a Cyber Essentials trust mark, you are telling cyber criminals that you are vulnerable and most likely do not have essential technical controls to protect yourself against them therefor making you an easy target.
Cyber Essentials certifications are valid for 1 year and requires renewal after that period.
How can Labsec help you?
Labsec works with your organisation to ensure a successful Cyber Essential Certification in a matter of days.
Our team of experts take the uncertainty out of the certification process and ensure that your business meets all the criteria needed to gain your certification and protect yourselves from harm.
For £795 you will get support from our team, we will decipher the information required, and we even do the paperwork.
We can also help you if you are already certified and you need to renew.
If you are still unsure about becoming certified, you can find out more information about Cyber Essentials on the Gov.UK website.
Why should you become Cyber Essentials Certified?
Reassure customers that you take cyber security seriously
Attract new business with the promise you have cyber security measures in place
Avoid suffering an attack or being penalised for a lack of action