In 2015/16 there were 5.1m online frauds and 2.5m cybercrimes reported to the Crime Survey for England and Wales1.
As the UK’s largest digital forensics laboratory and a leading provider of Digital Forensics, e-Disclosure and IT consultancy services; CCL know better than most, the devastating effects of such attacks. As a result of delivering 2,500 consultancy engagements and 80,000 digital forensic cases (since 2001), they understand, that when sensitive, protected and/or confidential data is copied, transmitted, viewed, stolen or used by people without permission; it can have serious implications for the company and all stakeholders.
Due to the team effort at CCL, they are pleased to announce that after:
evaluation of the present situation
planning and implementing identified changes
the obligatory audit and investigation
The required results were successful:
CCL passed and achieved Cyber Essentials Plus compliance.
CCL are committed to their existing accreditations, and in obtaining this recent achievement, it is further evidence that CCL wish to assure their customers, of the professional good practices and standards adhered to in order to deliver on each contract.
Key Market Information:
Cyber criminals are after your money, your data and your intellectual property. Cyber Security incidents are inevitable and threats grow daily from:
Hackers, Ransomware, DDOS, Key Loggers
Compromised business partners
With ever growing incidents of data security breaches, there has never been a greater need to take action and raise the profile of governance risk and compliance to the board of a company:
38% increase in detected security incidents between 2014 and 2015²
56% increase in Intellectual Property Theft between 2014 and 2015²
22% of compromises attributed to incidents originating from a business partner3
10% of IT decision makers completely confident they can return to Business as Usual within 48 hours of successful cyber attack²
Speed of response is critical