Bitjam is delighted to be awarded Cyber Essentials accreditation. Working with D2NA we have worked through the five key elements of the certification:
- Boundary firewalls
- Internet Gateways
- Secure configuration
- User access control
- Malware protection
- Patch management
What does Cyber Essentials accreditation mean?
Jointly developed by the UK government and cybersecurity industry, Cyber Essentials gives UK businesses a baseline standard to work on, to protect themselves from cyber attack.
The Cyber Essentials scheme addresses the most common Internet-based threats to cybersecurity::
- hacking — exploiting known vulnerabilities in Internet-connected devices, using widely available tools and techniques
- phishing — and other ways of tricking users into installing or executing a malicious application
- password guessing — manual or automated attempts to log on from the Internet, by guessing passwords
You can be assured that we take our data security very seriously, we value and protect client data against cyber threats, and we are GDPR compliant.
For more information regarding the scheme and how to gain Cyber Essentials certification, visit the Cyber Essentials homepage.
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