Join Nviron and ECSC to understand the Cyber Essentials Security standard
Cyber Essentials is a cyber security standard, initially introduced by the UK government to provide smaller organisations with pragmatic and cost-effective protection against the most common cyber security threats.
Increasingly, organisations of all sizes are embracing the standard as they recognise that more and more tenders and industry relationships require their suppliers and partners to hold the certification.
Together with ECSC Group plc, Nviron will host an informative virtual seminar highlighting all you need to know about the Cyber Essentials (and CE+) standard and how you can apply it to your organisation.
This non-technical event will give vital information to all organisations looking to understand your cyber security responsibilities and how ‘Cyber Essentials’ can form part of a security strategy.
By joining this webinar you will learn:
- What recent changes to the CE accreditation bodies mean
- Recommended ECSC enhancements to the basic CE offering
- Why organisations are mandating suppliers hold CE certification
- Who has assessment results visibility, including if you fail
- The difference between CE, CE+ & the new Governance standard
- Why there is a place for CE in all organisation’s CS strategy
- An approach that reduces the risks of a failure
- A roadmap to compliance
Nviron Virtual Event | 60 Minutes | 10th September 2020 |
About ECSC Group plc
ECSC Group plc is the UK’s longest running, full service cyber security provider. Its consultancy-led approach, in addition to its custom methodologies and in-house proprietary technologies, enables ECSC to support all organisations across every sector. ECSC has significant intellectual property, including Artificial Intelligence delivering remotely managed cyber security breach detection.
Established in 2000, ECSC operates from two Security Operations Centres (SOCs), one in the UK, based in Yorkshire and the second in Brisbane, Australia allowing ECSC to provide true 24/7/365 cyber security monitoring, detection and incident response. ECSC also helps organisations test their cyber security, prevent breaches and achieve industry certifications.
ECSC’s client list ranges from e-commerce start-ups to global organisations, and the Company counts 10% of the FTSE 100 amongst its clients.