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Cyber Assessments

Do you have the toolkit to protect from attackers? Find out before it’s too late with a Cyber Assessment.
Cyber Assessments

According to the UK governments Cyber Breaches survey 2024, only 31% of businesses and 26% of charities have undertaken cyber security risk assessments. 

The nature and complexity of cyber security threats are increasing,
IT teams need to have the tools and functionality to combat them.

Our cyber assessments cover three levels and are designed to
be applicable irrespective of the size of the company.

Fundamental Security

These are the standard security rules that we promote as essential for any business, of any size.

Best Practice

Recommended, but not essential.

Next Generation (Next Gen)

Mitigation of a security incident in real-time, to react or remediate immediately.

Fundamental Security

These are the standard security rules that we promote as essential or critical for any business, of any size.
Network Segmentation

Virtually and logically segregating network zones to limit spread of hack or breach.

Security Fabric - Firewalls & Edge

Security of the perimeter of your network.

Vulnerability & Patch Management

Deploying vendor patches to protect systems from known exploits.

Physical Security

Access control, BMS systems and secure cabinets to prevent physical access to system or data.

Best Practice

External review to ensure best practice is being following.

Identify Access Management & MFA

User databases, RBAC and user authentication.

Remote Access, Jump Hosts and 3rd Party Access

Providing connectivity to any business device is a risk, but there are a  multitude of IT provisions that can further protect a secure remote access link.

Network Log Collection

Collecting systems logs is the first step in providing more visibility into network traffic and therefore, provides an ability to find threats or faults when they are present proactively.


With a mass collection of sites and requiring varying countries to connect, SD-WAN provides a cheap and robust way to allow devices to communicate more freely between zones.

Best Practice

Recommended, but not essential
Policy Automation

An ability to define conditions and rules so that users, devices or traffic types get automatically approved and denied.

Detection and Response XDR/NDR

XDR systems to protect endpoints.


Security Incident and Event Management, log management, event correlation, incident monitoring and response.


Security Orchestration, Automation and Response. In short, how security teams provide consistency and manage repetitive and time-comsuming tasks, freeing time to resolve incidents.


Intrusion Detect system 'detects' suspicious activity. Intrusion Prevension System 'detects' and can 'prevent' malicious activity. Typically found on Next-Gen Firewalls.

24/7 Managed Response

Either a managed service or an active out of hours response team that can identify and remediate issues that happen outside of office hours.

Penetration Testing

3rd party testing to ensure the security of your network.

Next Generation (Next Gen)

Mitigation of a security incident in real-time, either using AI, or a service where engineers can react or remediate immediately.

PIM solutions often integrate with identity and access management (IAM) systems, leveraging existing user identities and roles for 'just in time' access

Zero Trust/ZTNA

Zero Trust is a methodology for cybersecurity that centres around the principle of 'never trust, always verify' and eliminating implicit trust in any entitiy, user, or systems, for all systems.

Breach & Attack Simulation/Red Teaming

Threat emulation tools mimick an advanced, stealthy threat actor thats been embedded in an IT environment for running Adversary Simulations.


Honeypots are isolated and monitored systems that appear to be legitimate, containing fake data or resources that seem valuable to an attacker. This allows network teams to know when the organisation is potentially under attack.

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