• Virtual E-Safety Officer (VE-SO)

    SRM's VE-SO portal will remove the need for schools to appoint an in-house E-Safety Officer as all the functions of this role can be provided by the portal. The portal will allow students, teachers and parents to access key information, ask questions and report instances of abuse, all within a secure password-protected environment.

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  • Training & Awareness

    People without the proper guidance, education, training and support can do enormous damage to systems, information and reputation – whether they intend to or not. SRM has extensive experience in running a wide range of engagements from stand-alone awareness sessions to multi-channel internal communications campaigns.

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  • Smart Security, Smart Compliance.

    The SRM method of working with a client is to provide the proposed services efficiently, effectively and expediently within a known cost basis, based on clearly defined boundaries. It is an overriding principle that Compliance does not necessarily mean an acceptable level of security has been reached. Reaching an acceptable level of security should always mean Compliance has been achieved. Smart Consultancy achieves Smart Compliance.

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Our experts, drawn from the private sector, police service, and government agencies, offer you an exceptional skill-set and depth of experience, all delivered with a first class level of service

News & Events

  • SRM launch the North East Cyber Security Business Cluster

    Date: February 18, 2015

    SRM's Brian Fenwick launched the North East Cyber Security Business Cluster at an event hosted by Newcastle College.

  • Safer Internet Day – 10th February 2015

    Date: February 10, 2015

    Alan Batey, former Head of the High Tech Crime Unit at Northumbria Police, led SRM's efforts to promote Safer Internet Day 2015 by appearing on BBC Radio Newcastle to discuss safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones amongst children and young people.

  • Virtual E-Safety Officer to Safeguard Schools

    Date: February 9, 2015

    SRM's VE-SO portal will remove the need for schools to appoint an in-house E-Safety Officer as all the functions of this role can be provided by the portal. The portal will allow students, teachers and parents to access key information, ask questions and report instances of abuse, all within a secure password-protected environment.

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