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Maintaining business resilience

As a Cyber Incident Exercising (CIE) Assured Service Provider, we have been recognised by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) as competent to develop and deliver controlled, scenario-based, tailored exercising that conforms to the NCSC CIE Technical Standard. These exercises are delivered for organisations that want to practise, evaluate, and improve their cyber incident response plans in a safe environment.

Modern cyber threats pose a significant risk to businesses but many companies are still unprepared. We’ve worked with national and international organisations to provide a gap analysis of existing policies and develop more robust business continuity plans.

Below are some of the areas in which we offer cybercrime training. If your sector isn’t included, it doesn’t mean we can’t help you. Get in touch and tell us what you’re looking for.

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Cybercrime in Regulated Sector

Enjoy the benefits of a bespoke, cost-effective and time-efficient training programme to teach your people at both executive and operational levels. And with a choice of virtual and in-person sessions, you can reach employees wherever they are.


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Cybercrime in Education

Managing a cyberattack effectively is critical to maintain business continuity for any education organisation. Together, we can test your crisis management plans, plus you’ll be able to evidence implementation to any inspecting bodies and agencies.

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Cybercrime in Civil Society

Charities and other non-profit organisations are often targeted by threat actors intending to disrupt development or humanitarian work. This often results in financial loss or the acquisition of information that has the potential to cost lives. We work with organisations to help mitigate these threats and build resilience.

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CIE Assured Service Provider

As an NCSC assured CIE provider we will:

  • Develop exercise objectives which are aligned to the client organisation’s needs and capabilities, and which have been agreed by both parties.
  • Review appropriate existing client information such as threat intelligence, previous lessons identified, incident response plans and system design documents for use during exercise development.
  • Ensure the exercise delivery reflects the maturity of the client organisation.
  • Assemble an appropriate delivery team which includes appropriate client organisation representatives and subject matter experts.
  • Identify required exercise participants and stakeholders with appropriate seniority and subject matter expertise.
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Working in partnership with you

Together we define the training outcomes you’re looking for and weave them into learning experiences that engage your people and allows them to enjoy the journey.

Each and every training we deliver is underpinned by our key learning and development principles, along with a collaborative approach that ensures your operational needs are met.


Our approach

Set the objectives

Defining what you want to achieve and how you want to do it

Analyse and design

Understanding your current capacity and capabilities so we can design training tailored to you

Deliver and engage

Combining innovative tech with blended learning to deliver an engaging learning experience

Measure the success

Monitoring and evaluating processes to evidence your return on expectations and investment

A proven track record

Success is measured by problems solved and with our diverse client list, there’s no ‘one solution fits all’. Find out more about how we work…

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