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How to prepare for a Cyber Essentials assessment

Following the webinar ‘An Introduction to Cyber Essentials’ with IASME, we’re back with a workshop for those wanting guidance on how to prepare for the accreditation, tips for completing the process and to have commonly asked questions answered. In this session, areas of focus will include:

Cyber Essentials principles overview

Cloud services

Multi-factor authentication

BYOD (bringing your own device)

If you’d like further assistance with preparation for Cyber Essentials certification, contact the WCRC team today and we’ll put you in touch with one of our Cyber Essentials partners.


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