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Still trying to take care of business? We’re with you all the way

Mark Nordstrom

Written by Mark Nordstrom

25th March 2020

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I hope that you have now settled into your new working routine. Although it might not be business as usual for the foreseeable future, the importance of your information security projects hasn’t diminished. In fact, they are more relevant now than ever.

We’re delighted to have seen a number of our clients already taking this opportunity to improve their risk posture. We’ve received new enquiries from organisations looking to use this period to work towards PCI DSS compliance and ISO 27001 certification. Others have understandably opted to refresh and update their Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plans.

As the business world readjusts, forward-thinking organisations are working hard to ensure that they are equipped for both short-term continuity and long-term success, when things eventually return to normal.

Our business is well equipped to deliver the vast majority of our services remotely. And we wanted to get in touch to let you know that we will continue to support you to the highest standards. This includes our VirtualCISO™ solution, which enables businesses to access ongoing expert advice and leadership at this crucial time.

Email me at mark.nordstrom@srmsolutions.com or call 03450 212151 to discuss your requirements. If you have experienced a security incident and need expert guidance or support please call us 24/7/365 we are here to help UK businesses.

If your business is now encouraging staff to work remotely, remember that cyber criminals will be using this opportunity to launch attacks. Already we have seen phishing and ransomware attacks on the increase in recent days, so if you have any concerns relating to your data protection or overall risk posture, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Taking swift action to make critical security improvements now can significantly reduce the threat of attacks or errors over the weeks and months ahead.

Let’s work together to stay safe and secure.

Mark

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