Since the launch of the CertiKit Cyber Essentials toolkit in 2019, there have been plenty of changes in the information security world.
The five accreditation bodies were reduced to just one – IASME – in 2020, and many best practices have been incorporated from other information security standards, such as ISO27001.
The need to ensure that personal data is secure is paramount for your customers to have trust in you.
It’s even more important if you are dealing with sensitive Government data and information.
CertiKit is committed to ensuring its Cyber Essentials toolkit gives you the documents that will guide you to meet all the requirements of the scheme.
Here are the main improvements in the updated toolkit:
Ted Spiller, CertiKit’s technical author said “Cyber security continues to be a growing area of concern for organisations of all sizes.
“CertiKit is committed to continue enhancing our toolkits to ensure our customers have the latest best practices, updated documents and information to remain compliant, aware and ready for cyber security incidents.
“The toolkits continue to provide easy and clear documents, forms and policies, with relevant examples to guide those wishing to become compliant to the Cyber Essentials requirements.”
Download a free 21-page implementation guide to learn more about the Cyber Essentials scheme, the certification process and how CertiKit can help.