FORTIFY YOUR CYBER DEFENCES
The IASME Consortium has unveiled a new funded Cyber Essentials Programme designed to assist small businesses and charitable organisations operating in the legal aid and domestic abuse charity sectors. This initiative is geared towards enhancing their cybersecurity defences and enabling them to achieve certification as entities that frequently manage sensitive client information.
Eligibility criteria apply, including no prior participation in the NCSC Funded Cyber Essentials Program or possession of a Cyber Essentials Plus certification since May 2022, and organisations must have between 1-49 employees.
HOW CAN YOU APPLY?
As a Cyber Essentials Plus certified provider and IASME certifying body, Consider IT is here to assist eligible businesses and charities on their path to accreditation. With CREST accreditation and National Cyber Security Centre Assured service provider status, we offer extensive expertise.
Simply fill out the form below to apply for the funding.
Strengthen defences against common cyberattacks, reducing the risk of data breaches and associated liabilities.
Demonstrate a proactive approach to cybersecurity, which can boost trust and credibility among clients, donors, and stakeholders.
Ensure compliance with data protection regulations, particularly vital when handling sensitive information.
Enjoy greater peace of mind, knowing that your digital assets are protected and they are less vulnerable to cyber threats.
Avoid the financial burden of dealing with cyber incidents and potential legal consequences.