Following the headline-dominating ransomware attack on Blackbaud earlier this year, the threat charities are under has never been more real. With employees increasingly working from home, ensuring charities are cyber secure is now more important than ever.
With this in mind, the IASME Consortium, the recognised partner for the Government-backed Cyber Essentials certification scheme, is launching a week-long campaign in November aimed at encouraging registered charities to improve their resilience to online threats. Alongside their participating licensed partners, the IASME Consortium is offering discounted certifications on two of their schemes, Cyber Essentials and IASME Governance, which will help charities demonstrate that they have effective and recognised best practice and protections in place.
As a licensed certification body, Consult MB Ltd is pleased to be offering a discount on both certifications to charities for the week 2nd-6th November 2020. The discounted rates are as follows:
Cyber Essentials – £225 plus VAT (a 25% discount)
IASME Governance – £250 plus VAT (a 37.5% discount)
Through this campaign, we are hoping to raise awareness to charities of the cyber threats they may face and how they can combat them by putting the right procedures in place for their organisations. To find out more and to register your interest, please contact us directly for more information.