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Tidyco Gains Cyber Essentials Certification

15 May 2017

Global cyber crime damages will exceed $6 Trillion annually by 2021. The world will need to cyber defend 50X more data.

With a recent global cyber attack critically penetrating a total of 48 UK NHS Trusts, it is more important than ever for businesses to fully understand the 'real world' threat of cyber crime and the unprecedented damage and harm that it can cause.

Tidyco understands the need to protect against such attacks and has recently completed a project to upgrade all necessary infrastructures so as to obtain the Government fuelled Cyber Essentials certification.

Taking a look at the LIVE Norse map http://map.norsecorp.com/#/ highlights exactly how real, active and terrifying global cyber crime is.

Businesses need to prepare to defend their brand, stakeholders, big and sensitive data as well as corporate reputation.

Complacency, denial or lack of understanding is no longer viable. Tidyco Ltd recognised the ever increasing need to protect commercially sensitive business data and infrastructures from the external threat of cyber crime.

Through its accreditation with ICO (The Information Commissioner’s Office) - Registration Number; Z2009040, Tidyco Ltd is committed to implementing systems and processes to protect all data from malicious cyber attacks.

The Cyber Essentials project was undertaken to address the needs and importance of cyber defence, data protection as well as brand custody:
· Upgrade to all necessary servers, equipment and IT infrastructures
· Auditing, review and cyber compliance from relevant external suppliers
· Application of required SSL certifications and cyber defence installation to e-commerce store
· Development of non open source corporate website


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