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Are you an IT service provider looking for external, independent cyber security auditing for your clients? Indelible Data works with almost 30 Trusted Partners across the UK to deliver independent Cyber Essentials auditing and a range of other white-labelled services including Penetration Testing and Cyber Security Awareness Training. The beauty of these partnerships is that …

Artificial Intelligence is making life easier for cyber criminals

Indelible Data offers a range of packages for Cyber Essentials certification. Attackers are constantly adapting to new technologies so, as we go into 2024, it is important to be aware of new as well as existing cyber security threats that you could be targeted by, writes Cyber Security Technologist Tyson McGuirk. Artificial Intelligence has been …

Don’t leave it to the last minute to migrate to ISO 27001:2022!

ISO 27001 remains a vital asset for any organisation looking to demonstrate compliance while showing an organisation’s entrenched culture of security, writes Cyber Compliance Technician Aidan Collins. The internationally recognised standard for Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) offers robust protection against cyber threats with its controls, fostering a culture of security. With most organisations being …

The Electoral Commission failed Cyber Essentials certification ahead of major breach

The Electoral Commission has admitted failing Cyber Essentials at around the same time as it suffered a major security breach, writes Cyber Security Technologist Tyson McGuirk. In August 2021, names, addresses, and other personal information from the register was compromised in a suspected hack. This incident reflects the significance of the Cyber Essentials scheme as …

PSNI Excel Data Breach – What are the lessons learned?

Access management controls and security awareness training could have helped prevent the Northern Ireland police data breach. Earlier this month, the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) confirmed a serious data leak  stemming from  a Freedom of Information request, writes Cyber Security Technician Thomas Boughton. The request led to an excel spreadsheet containing surnames and …