Practising what we preach!
Sutcliffe & Co is delighted to announce that for the fourth year running the company has retained their Cyber Essentials accreditation, working with IASME Consortium to ensure policies, protocols and working practices are fortifying their cyber security – giving both the company and their clients peace of mind.
This year, however, Sutcliffe & Co has taken the additional steps to include the more in-depth IASME Governance assessment and readiness for GDPR element.
Duncan Sutcliffe, director, Sutcliffe & Co, commented: “As an insurance broker, we hold a lot of information and data – it is our duty to take the necessary steps to protect this information. It is hard work but being able to check the robustness of our systems and protocols, and provide evidence to our clients, is essential.”
Having received Cyber Essentials accreditation, Sutcliffe & Co joins thousands of SMEs across the country who take the cyber threat seriously and endeavour to protect themselves and their clients.
“We talk to our clients and contacts daily about what they can do to mitigate cyber risks, to raise awareness of this real threat, and it would be very remiss if we didn’t practice what we preach!” Duncan concluded.
Do you run a business? Do you have cyber and crime insurance? If you don’t, what will happen if you are a victim of a fraud or a hack?