New companies join the Certified Cyber Consultancy Scheme
Two more companies to provide government and industry with certified cyber security expertise.
Celidor and Securestorm are the latest organisations to join the pool of certified cyber security companies meeting the growing demand for access to trusted cyber security advisors.
The Certified Cyber Consultancy Scheme ensures customers from government and industry have the right cyber security consultancy services to help them protect their information, and do business safely online.
Celidor is certified to provide CESG-approved consultancy on security architecture, and Securestorm on risk assessment and risk management.
Public sector customers can procure cyber security services through a central route created with Crown Commercial Service, the Cyber Security Services agreement.
CESG plans to provide further service offerings during the year ahead. Customers can read about using certified consultancy, and prospective members of the scheme – which is open to companies of all sizes – can find out more about joining.
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