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Cyber Essentials Plus Certification

  • by Handson
  • Course level: All Levels

Description

Upgrade your IASME Cyber Essentials certificate to Cyber Essentials Plus (conditions apply*)

  • An IASME Cyber Essentials Plus certificate and report from one of the founding certification bodies that remain one of the largest in the UK today;
  • An on-site or remote assessment, internal vulnerability scans and an external vulnerability scan that offers a higher level of assurance to your stakeholders that your Cyber Essentials controls are in place.
  • A pre-test call can be arranged to help you get prepared for your assessment.

Cyber Essentials certificates are valid for 12 months, in line with IASME requirements. This package is an annual subscription product; however, you can cancel at any time. (T&Cs apply.)

What Will I Learn?

  • IT Governance is one of the founding Cyber Essentials certification bodies and remain one of the largest in the UK today. We have issued over 5,500 certifications worldwide and our broad range of fixed-priced services has helped thousands of organisation achieve baseline cyber security.
  • Cyber Essentials Plus offers a higher level of assurance. It involves a technical audit of the systems that are in scope for Cyber Essentials to verify that the Cyber Essentials controls are in place.
  • The internal and external scans will identify critical vulnerabilities that may lead to a compromise of your infrastructure.
  • Cyber Essentials Plus will give you the opportunity to work with the UK government and MOD.
  • Cyber Essentials Certificates issued in the previous 12 months will be displayed showing suppliers your commitment to protecting your own data and that of your customers.

Requirements

  • All user devices are subject to testing and will be agreed upon before the testing date, including mobile and BYOD (bring your own device), and must be available for testing.
  • All devices within the scope of testing must be user devices and cannot be built specifically for testing.
  • A local user account with username and password must be available for each user group in scope.
  • Devices must have Internet access, allow emails from our test domain and be accessible by our test web server (https://ces.itgovernance.co.uk).
  • You must provide details of a user email account per user group being assessed.
  • Workstation builds must be configured to allow an authenticated vulnerability scan that will determine patch and version numbers of installed software, and you must provide details of the user account to be used.
  • Remote registry must be enabled on the workstation builds, and no global policies that block the authenticated vulnerability scan are permitted.

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