GRAHAM has successively achieved Cyber Essentials (CE) Plus Certification for the fourth consecutive year.
Cyber Essentials is a government backed scheme that helps protect companies across all industries against a wide range of the “most common cyber attacks”.
This critical award, which is also a pre-requisite for government contracts, was secured following a comprehensive four-day audit.
Commenting on the “incredible result”, Lorraine Harrison, GRAHAM Director of IT Services, said:
“Our annual assessment is based on a set of audit standards that are regularly updated with increased controls, and this year was the toughest yet. Our IT team worked around the clock to ensure that all of the system vulnerabilities and security exposures were remediated to secure this important certification.”
GRAHAM adopts a “digital by default” approach to its operations. Approximately 90% of its construction and fit-out projects have applied the GRAHAM Digital Standard.
Among its key targets for 2021 are the achievement of ISO19650, including an update based on the latest annex standards, and the retention of ISO27001 certification.