Cyber Certification for End-User Business environments

February 15, 2017 BY Frank Chin from iTGRC.Asia

  This Cyber certification program is tailored for end-user business environments across all business sectors; be it finance and banking, Insurance, service industries, healthcare / ...

Cyber Certification program, tailored for end-user environment across all business sectors.

 

This Cyber certification program is tailored for end-user business environments across all business sectors; be it finance and banking, Insurance, service industries, healthcare / pharmaceutical, energy and power, automobile, contract manufacturing, government agency and many more.
 
Neither You need to be a Service Provider to get certified, nor you need to spend a costly justification to your shareholders to certify your business digital environment. Look to Cyber Essentials Certification program offered by IT Governance Ltd, in close collaboration with iTGRC Asia, http://itgrc.asia in Asia.
 
See below, end-user based customers' experience from different business sectors. They may be from EMEA or UK, the certification endorsed by CREST, a globally recognized accreditation bodies for Assurance in Information Securitygives them their business the needed assurance and recognition across the borders.
 
Click here to see more about Cyber Essentials. Alternatively, drop an email to info@itgrc.asia and we will get back to you within 48 hours, Asia time-zone.
 
 
 
Extract from www.cyberaware.gov.uk
 
"AIG is pleased to support the Cyber Essentials Scheme, which provides an effective way for organisations to manage essential cybersecurity risks. As part of our commitment to the programme, we will incorporate Cyber Essentials into our risk assessment process for new cyber insurance policies, offering preferential rates to those prospective AIG clients who have obtained a Cyber Essentials Certificate as part of our commitment to superior cyber hygiene and overall cyber risk management.”
Jamie Bouloux, Cyber Liability Underwriting Manager of insurance firm AIG 
 
 
“Increasing awareness of the cyber security threat to business is an important issue to the CBI, so we are pleased to be one of the first organisations to take part in the Cyber Essentials scheme. Business leaders will benefit from the access to helpful and authoritative cyber security guidance. Encouraging firms to adopt this scheme is a positive step towards greater awareness of cyber security and more widespread action to manage the risks”
John Cridland, Director General, Confederation of British Industry
 
 
“Swiss Re Corporate Solutions supports the Cyber Essentials scheme since it defines well the basic requirements in cyber risk management and believes it will be valuable to insurers in making judgements about how well businesses are managing their cyber security risks”
Willy Stoessel, Global Head of Cyber, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
 
 
“HP welcomes the introduction of this Scheme as it provides a clear means to demonstrate our own technical cyber safeguards are in place and and a means to assess and assist our supply base. We will seek to help our SME community to undergo their own registration”
Andy Thornton, VP COO & SIRO of HP UK Public sector
 
 
“Cyber crime poses a real and growing threat for all businesses and small firms in particular and should not be ignored. Many businesses take steps to protect themselves but the cost of crime can act as a barrier to growth. For example, some businesses refrain from embracing new technology as they fear the repercussions and do not believe they will get adequate protection from crime. In the face of an ever increasing threat of cyber attacks, the FSB supports the Cyber Essentials scheme as an additional and important tool, designed to help reduce the risk to small firms and improve the resilience of the sector”
Mike Cherry, National Policy Chairman, Federation of Small Businesses