Cyber RiskAudit &Compliance
Our expert Cyber Compliance Team can help guide your business through best practices and processes for your data & information security.
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A succesfull cyber attack can cause major damage to your business. It can affect your bottom line, as well as your business’ standing and consumer trust. The impact of a security breach can be broadly divided into three categories: Reputational, Legal and Financial.
Reputational damage which leads to a lack of trust is an essential element of a customer relationship. Cyber attacks can damage your business’ reputation and erode the trust your customers have for you.
This, in turn, could potentially lead to loss of customers, loss of sales and or, a reduction in profits.
The effect of reputational damage can even impact on your suppliers, or affect relationships you may have with partners, investors and other third parties vested in your business.
The legal consequences of a cyber breach should not be underestimated. Data protection and privacy laws require you to manage the security of all personal data you hold – whether on your staff or your customers. If this data is accidentally or deliberately compromised, and you have failed to deploy appropriate security measures, you may face fines and regulatory sanctions.
Financially, cyber attacks often result in a substantial financial loss:
- Theft of corporate information
- Theft of financial information (eg: bank details / card details)
- Theft of money
- Disruption to trading (eg inability to carry out transactions online)
- Loss of business or contracts.
Risk and Auditing:Compliance Achieved
Every sector has differing needs and requirements. Our Cyber Compliancy Consultants take the time in getting to know you and your business and to tailor the correct support to help your business to become cyber resilient. Our main areas of compliance support are provided to the industries shown below:
- Defense & Aerospace
- Postal & Logistics
Should we pursue an IASME (Cyber Essentials, Cyber Assurance etc.) or an ISO27001 certification?
This depends on a wide range of factors including organisation size, industry, client supply chain requirements etc. Our knowledgeable Cyber Compliance Team are happy to discuss the options available and walk you through the process.
Can you assist with obtaining Cyber Insurance?
Whilst we do not offer cyber insurance directly, our vCISO service can assist with ensuring that you are “cyber insurable”. We also work in close partnership with an excellent insurance broker based in Nottingham, UK who we can happily refer you to.
What about reviewing our supply chain? (COBRA)
Third Party Supply Chain Attacks are a growing threat, one that can have a devastating impact on your organisation. We can provide supply chain cyber risk audits, giving you the confidence that your supply chain takes cyber security as seriously as you do.
It looks expensive – can I afford your services?
We sit down with you to discover your cyber risks and help advise on the best outcome for you and your business. We work with organisations with just 4 Employees to large enterprises with over 50,000 endpoints – so we find the measured, effective cyber resilience package that works for you and your business.
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