BRIM is committed to providing guidance and support to SMEs across the country, through the establishment of Cyber Resilience Centres in partnership with law enforcement and IASME, the Government’s approved Cyber Essentials certifier.
Trusted Partners is a recognised term for IASME approved Cyber Essentials certifiers who engage with and support the Centres. These can be easily identified at regional level the through new network of Cyber Resilience Centres.
IASME tells us “Cyber Essentials is a Government backed scheme designed to guard against the most common internet based cyber security threats and allows organisations of all sizes to demonstrate their commitment to cyber security. From April 1st 2020 IASME became the Cyber Essentials Partner with the National Cyber Security Centre.”
Our Director of Programmes at BRIM, Joanna Goddard, spoke to the Influential Visions Podcast about working with our Trusted Partner network and IASME to deliver these resources, tips on starting your cybersecurity journey by learning though your certification journey, and how we need government-level structures in place to ensure the supply chain is safer for all.