Important updates to the Cyber Essentials scheme* come into force on 24 April 2023. Attend our FREE 15-minute webinar at 12.30pm on 29 March to learn what they are and take advantage of the cyber security benefits.
In our briefing we will tell you the major changes and what they will mean for businesses/organisations and staff.
Why you should attend
If you don’t have Cyber Essentials yet, you’ll learn why the scheme protects your business and shows your clients, prospects and staff that you take cyber security seriously. Our briefing explains why you should take advantage of the April changes to make a positive start.
We’ll outline what major scheme changes apply for new assessments started on or from 24 April 2023.
We’ll explain what happens if your Cyber Essentials assessment is already in progress.
We’ll look at how the changes will affect you if you’re looking to renew your certification.
There’s a brief recap on other recent updates.
*All elements of the Cyber Essentials standard apply to Cyber Essentials Plus too.
Do one thing now and sign up to our webinar here to ensure you understand how this will improve YOUR individual business circumstances. You need to know about this!
How can the Cyber Essentials scheme help my business?
The Cyber Essentials scheme can help your organisation in many ways, including:
Reassure customers that you take cyber security seriously.
Be listed on the IASME Directory of organisations awarded Cyber Essentials.
Attract new business with the assurance that you have cyber security measures in place.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Bruce Penson, Managing Director, Pro Drive IT
Bruce Penson and Pro Drive IT love helping people use tech to do business better. Bruce is a cyber security presenter with many years’ experience in the IT sector, especially with Professional Services, Financial Services, Legal and Energy industries.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about Cyber Essentials and the forthcoming changes. It will help keep your business protected against attacks and ensure you comply with regulations.