16 Sep 2021 | Platform
In addition, it provides complete peace of mind knowing that a person’s or company’s data and systems are secure when partnering with a service provider.
Earlier this year, Twinview was awarded the Cyber Essentials Plus (CE+) certification.
Cyber Essentials is a cyber security standard introduced by the UK government that aims to provide organisations with pragmatic protection against the most common cyber security threats. CE+ is a step ahead of the standard Cyber Essentials (CE) assessment, which requires organisations to undertake a series of onsite technical assessments that include internal vulnerability tests against servers and sample workstations.
Twinview was awarded the CE+ following a stringent process conducted at its head office based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, in the North East of England. The evaluation looked at:
The certification is renewable every 12 months and Twinview received its CE+ certificate in July 2021.
Our parent company, Space Group, hosts an annual _shift conference that brings together industry leaders and professionals from around the world to discuss the latest strategies and innovations in decarbonising the built environment. Held on November 9th in Newcastle upon Tyne, this year's conference was a tremendous success, with hundreds of attendees joining in-person and online.
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