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Public sector

Public Sector Security Services

With over 15 years experience in providing security services to Her Majesty’s Government; local government, central government, blue light services, NHS and others, CNS Group is an expert in protecting Public Sector data. Our award winning Managed Security Service, including protective monitoring, is Public Service Network (PSN) compliant. We also provide security consulting services, including the 14 Cloud Security Principles and Penetration Testing to a large number of UK government organisations.

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Organisations across central government, local government, National Health Service (NHS), police and fire services trust CNS Group’s team of independent security consultants and managed security services. 

CNS Group government accreditations include

From the 31th of October 2014, all public sector agencies were required to become PSN compliant to secure their networks. Our PSN services allow agencies to increase the performance and security of communications over UK administration. Replacing the GSi (Government Secured Intranet), the PSN is based on rigorous cyber security standards and also covers G-Cloud services. The minimum level for PSN Services is official. All our services at that level have the assurance and accreditation required. Our UK SOCs are regularly audited and access is regulated for compliance and risk purposes.

Events

Breakfast Briefing:The World's Biggest Breaches

  • Dates: 25 – 25 Sep, 2019
  • Location: London
  • Address: Sky Garden

 

Exclusive Cyber Security Breakfast Briefing @ The Sky Garden 8am - 10.30 am.

The cyber-attack on British Airways was one of the most high profile incidents to hit the news, rumours flew around about what could have happened for one of the country’s biggest and most trusted institutions to be hacked.

How was BA breached on such a huge scale and in such an invasive manner? Panic took hold when the sheer scale of the attack and the details of it were revealed, names, addresses, credit card details all in the hands of an unknown and nefarious entity. The result, BA are facing an impending fine of almost £200 million.

With the British Airways cyber-attack as with many other high profile incidents there is never a simple answer, instead it is often an amalgamation of things a chain of events that lead to a detrimental breach. During our breakfast briefing we will look at some of these high profile breaches, delving into what likely went wrong and how these increasingly common attacks can be identified, avoided, thwarted and dealt with.

Join CNS, the security arm of 6 Degrees, to understand how to proactively protect your organisation against external and internal threats.

 



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