Managing the ongoing cybersecurity of your IT infrastructure should be a primary concern – whatever the shape or size of your organisation.
Cybersecurity breaches are the number one threat in today’s business landscape. Incidents come in many forms: cyber attacks; laptops left on trains; malicious staff; or, even more simply, accidental data loss caused by human error.
Keeping information systems secure requires a multi-layered approach. ramsac will ensure you have all the right security hardware and software in place and that systems are maintained, updated and properly configured – managed by experts who understand potential vulnerabilities.
We offer interactive and comprehensive training to all levels of your business. This includes board level briefings, end user training workshops and online learning portals.
In order to give you the protection you need, we provide a full audit and inspection of your current IT to assess threats and opportunities.
Working in partnership with you, we offer ongoing advice and help come what may. No matter how your business changes, we're here for you.
As a fully certified Cyber Essentials consultancy, we help your business maintain the highest possible IT security standards.
According to the PwC survey, 75% of large organisations and 31% of small businesses suffered staff-related security breaches in the last year. It’s important to remember that cybersecurity is not simply about your IT hardware and software.
The biggest vulnerability for most organisations is the risk of accidental breaches caused by a lack of staff awareness. Ensuring you have the right training and procedures in place for your team is every bit as important as deploying the right technology.
We will help you carry out a thorough cybersecurity risk assessment and then plan and implement a proportionate response to the results. We also educate end-users and implement internal policies for the safest use of technology and the protection of your data.
For total peace of mind, we continue to monitor cybersecurity performance, carry out regular audits and penetration tests and ensure that policies and procedures continually evolve to ensure they are keeping pace with industry developments.
We pride ourselves on maintaining our government-approved certification to ensure that we continue to deliver an outstanding cybersecurity service.
We provide consistently excellent service and communication. We always deliver on our promises.
To make you feel more confident, we explain everything about your cybersecurity in friendly, easy-to-understand language.
Our Cyber Essentials Consultants can help you to achieve the Government backed ‘Cyber Essentials Plus’ certification, which is a nationally recognised badge that demonstrates your organisation’s commitment to good Cyber standards.
The Cyber Essentials scheme provides businesses with clarity on good, basic cybersecurity practice. By focusing on basic cyber hygiene, your company will be better protected from the most common cyber threats. Cyber Essentials is for all organisations, of all sizes, and in all sectors.
Do your board members have certificates to prove their cybersecurity training? ramsac have created two different board certified cybersecurity training workshops to help your organisation be compliant. Both training sessions are created and delivered by award-winning CyberSecurity Speaker Rob May. Rob is also the UK Ambassador for Cybersecurity for the Institute of Directors.
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Rob May, Managing Director at ramsac is an advisory board member for the Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East (SECRC)
SECRC is part of the national roll out of Cyber Resilience Centres in the UK which began in 2019. The SECRC began its journey in June 2020. Lead by Policing, and facilitated by Business Resilience International Management (BRIM), SECRC follow a structured modular programme based on a highly successful model that had previously been established for over 9 years in Scotland.