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Governance, Risk & Compliance

For any business today, ensuring appropriate compliance with regulations is essential, but here at CyberSecure365, we are on hand to help with this complex requirement. As experts in the field, we offer security consultation to large enterprise and SME customers alike.

Supplier Due Diligence

Thanks to our expertise in the industry, we are well-placed to help you choose the right suppliers to meet the needs of your business and also to perform the required due diligence on any new or existing suppliers.

Unfortunately, all too often, third-party risk management is frequently overlooked, but it can be a major source of threats to a business if interactions aren’t properly understood from the perspective of risk.

Our team can assist with this aspect of ensuring your compliance with the relevant regulations while maintaining optimal protection for your business when it comes to third-party risks and threats.


ISO27001 is the standard that structures the way in which businesses need to manage the risk that comes with threats to information security including staff training, procedures and policies.

The standard sets guidelines for information security as well as requirements that are designed to protect a company’s data assets from unauthorised access or loss.

Furthermore, it includes a process for risk assessment, for organisation structure, classification of information and mechanisms for access control as well as technical and physical safeguards, policies for information security, and guidelines for monitoring and reporting.

Adherence to the ISO27001 standard is best practice as it sets an international framework to ensure that a company’s security infrastructure is up to the task in hand and is robust enough to withstand potential cyberattacks and threats.

Here at CyberSecure365, we offer a range of services to ensure that your business’s security infrastructure meets ISO27001 including:

Cyber Essentials

The Cyber Essentials scheme is backed by the UK Government and is designed to help protect organisations of all sizes from cyber attacks. Cyber Essentials certification is a great way for businesses to demonstrate that they place great importance on the security of their systems and infrastructure.

With Cyber Essentials, a company’s customers can be reassured that it is working hard to secure its systems effectively. This can serve to attract more business while also ensuring that the business has a clear overview of its own security level.

CyberSecure365 is a Cyber Adviser Assured Service Provider (ASP). Cyber Advisor is the National Cyber Security Centre’s new Industry Assurance scheme delivered in partnership with IASME. It provides small and medium sized organisations with reliable and cost effective cyber security advice and practical support. The Cyber Advisor scheme allows the NCSC to recommend independently assured organisations that can help their customers implement a baseline level of cyber security.

We offer the following services:

IASME Cyber Assurance

IASME Cyber Assurance is a standard that enables small companies to demonstrate that they offer a good level of cyber security and to prove that they’re taking the right steps to protect the information supplied by their customers. You must hold a valid Cyber Essentials or Cyber Baseline certificate to acheive IASME Cyber Assurance certification and these certifications must remain valid throughout. We offer the following services:


PCI DSS or the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard is designed to make sure any companies that accepts, processes, stores or transmit credit card details maintains a highly secure environment. This standard is applicable to all organisations, whatever their size or however many transactions they process, if they accept, transmit or store cardholder data.

We offer the following services:

Information Risk Assessments

Information risk assessments are important so that you can understand the information security risks that your business is facing, and thus define and improve its security posture. Once your information risk assessment has been carried out, you’ll be able to formally define an effective cybersecurity strategy while implementing technology with appropriate management and support in line with regulatory compliance.

Maturity Assessments

Maturity assessments help to benchmark an organisation against the relevant industry standards and frameworks like CIS, SANS, NIST, and ISF. This helps companies to determine how well they’re matching up to best practice guidelines so that they can implement change and put appropriate mitigation in place for the identified risks.

See our security resource service page for more information.