Cyber Essentials Applications – Top 3 mistakes made by organisations
As an accredited Cyber Essentials certification body (CB), URM handles a significant number
of applications every year from a wide variety of organisations and business sectors.
For many organisations looking to achieve cyber essentials certification, having to complete
a self-assessment can be challenging, particularly if they have not previously had to verify
their IT infrastructure or meet the requirements of a security standard. As a result, there are a number of errors that we, repeatedly encounter which, worst case, culminates in the assessment being ‘failed’ and the organisation having to resubmit.
Following feedback from our team of assessors, we have put together the 3 most common mistakes that we see appearing on self-assessment questionnaires.
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URM has been providing certification to the cyber essentials scheme for a number of years and has a large team of experienced, pragmatic assessors who are here to support you and guide you through the process. Not only do we bring a wealth of cyber security knowledge, but also a wide and varied experience of all the leading cyber and information security standards. As such, you can be assured that you are getting advice that is right for you and your organisation, taking into account your sector, size and the information you are looking to protect. In addition, our large team of assessors enables us to guarantee a super-fast turnaround.