CCICM’s Compliance Officer Leanne Bacigalupo with the Cyber Essentials Plus certificate.
lients of CCICM and their customers can rest assured that the world’s leading and most compliant international debt recovery, tracing and litigation agency has the controls in place to protect both its own and their computer systems from a basic hacking cyber-attack, so securing confidential data.
CCICM’s Cyber Essentials certificate of compliance – gained after an external audit including a number of onsite tests assessed against BIS/14/696 – provides a high level of assurance that its Information and Communications Technology (ICT) defences are satisfactory against a commodity-based attack
Common Internet-Based Threats
The Cyber Essentials Scheme (CES) was developed by the UK Government and industry to fulfil two functions. Firstly, implementation provides a clear statement of basic controls all organisations should deploy to mitigate the risk from common internet-based threats. Secondly, certification offers a framework for organisations to assure clients, customers, insurers and suppliers that they have taken these essential precautions.
A CCICM director, Carl Hackman, says: “While CES is a minimum standard from a cyber-security perspective, we use it to bench-test the quality of our enhanced data security systems such as ISO27001. Our clients’ data and reputations are safe with us because we never compromise on quality.”