IASME is one of the Cyber Essentials accreditation bodies appointed by the UK Government. Together with our Certification Body companies, we can certify you to the Cyber Essentials scheme required for many government tenders.
IASME assesses and certifies organisations against two standards at both the self assessment and audited levels.
- The IASME Standard
- The Cyber Essentials Scheme
The self assessment cost includes includes automatic cyber liability insurance for any UK domiciled organisation with less than £20m annual turnover, terms apply.
The IASME standard, based on international best practice, is risk-based and includes aspects such as physical security, staff awareness, and data backup. The IASME standard was recently recognised as the best cyber security standard for small companies by the UK Government when in consultation with trade associations and industry groups. The audited IASME certification is also seen as showing compliance to ISO27001 by an increasing number of companies, including HP. Find out more about this standard here.
Cyber Essentials Scheme
IASME is one of just three companies appointed as Accreditation Bodies for assessing and certifying against the Government's Cyber Essentials Scheme. The Scheme focuses on the five most important technical security controls. These controls were identified by the government as those that, if they had been in place, would have stopped the majority of the successful cyber attacks over the last few years. Find out more here.
Certification against both IASME and the Cyber Essentials will indicate a good level of all-round information security.
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