Cyber Essentials For Charities

Charity Cyber Security Awareness Week

Charities can benefit from a discounted price of £225 +VAT by applying for Cyber Essentials throughout this week.

How to apply:

We will need your registered charity number and we will check it against the Charity Commission Register.

You must apply for your Cyber Essentials certification during the Cyber Essentials for Charities week, which starts on the 8th of November. 

The cut off will be 5pm on 12th November.

You must start the process within one month of application and must have completed and submitted the assessment by 12th May 2022.

Certifications & Compliance

From Cyber Essentials to IASME Governance, we’ve got you covered

Our security experts are here to take you through the complicated certification process, guiding you with our one-to-one workshops and ensuring you pass with our 100% success rate.

Cyber Essentials

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Cyber Essentials has been designed to help businesses of all sizes ensure that they have the necessary core controls in place to protect themselves against cyber attacks and comes in two forms – Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus. Cyber Essentials is a questionnaire-based certification, following a theme of 5 main technical controls:

  • Firewalls
  • Secure Configuration
  • User Access Control
  • Malware Protection
  • Patch Management

Cyber Essentials Plus

Cyber Essentials Plus

Cyber Essentials Plus is the audited version of Cyber Essentials, following the same five core technical controls of Cyber Essentials. This audit is conducted by one of our qualified Cyber Essentials Auditors who will ensure the Cyber Essentials questionnaire has been answered correctly through tests.

IASME Governance

IASME Governance

IASME Governance certification was created to give smaller companies a more affordable and accessible form of ISO27001, giving them an ideal way of protecting their information assets and proving their technical and procedural practices to suppliers and customers alike. IASME Governance is risk based and includes key aspects of security such as incident response, staff training, planning and operations, as well as incorporating the Cyber Essentials core controls. Like Cyber Essentials, the certification is split into self-assessed and audited.