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Reducing Risk: Cyber Attacks

According to the latest reports criminal cyber-attacks are at pandemic levels. Organised international criminals are crippling some organisations with recovery costs, putting customer data at risk, and severely disrupting operations.

So Rainford Solutions is pleased to announce that it has been awarded independent certification to Cyber Essentials PLUS, a UK government endorsed IT security scheme. For our customers, suppliers, partners, and other stakeholders this provides assurance that essential precautions have been taken to combat today’s internet-borne threats.

We are extremely pleased to attain this new PLUS level certification; it confirms Rainfords’ dedicated approach to business risk management, and demonstrates ‘better than good’ practice in cyber-security.
All our customers will benefit from the peace of mind that this brings
.” – Jerome Fox, Head of Sales & Marketing.

Cyber-attacks are a serious matter as the threats and challenges we all face are becoming ever more sophisticated. Recent media reports of high profile incidents are a wakeup call for all organisations.

Duncan Crawford, Finance Director at Rainford Solutions (pictured above), added: “The mitigation of risk through people, process and system hardening is always good business practice, and absolutely critical to demonstrate when bidding for sensitive contracts. In today’s environment IT and data security is absolutely key for many of our customers, and we take this very seriously.”

Achieving Cyber Essentials PLUS provides reassurance that Rainford Solutions’ IT resilience has been thoroughly tested using recognised tools and techniques from external cyber security experts.

Please Click Here to download our Cyber Essentials PLUS certificate.

About Cyber Essentials Plus

The Cyber Essentials scheme was launched by the UK Government in 2014, and is part of the Government’s National Cyber Security Strategy. The Government worked with the Information Assurance for Small and Medium Enterprises (IASME) consortium and the Information Security Forum (ISF) to develop Cyber Essentials, a set of technical controls to help organisations protect themselves against online security threats.

For more information about Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus (CEP) visit:

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