CYSIAM is approved as a supplier by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) on the following government frameworks: Cyber Services 3; DOS4; G-Cloud 11; R-Cloud; and are also accredited under the JOSCAR pre-qualification scheme for the Aerospace, Defence and Security sectors. The company is certified to ISO:9001 and Cyber Essentials, whilst also recognised by the MOD’s Employers Recognition Scheme (ERS) for its support for reservists, veterans and service leavers.
“I am really pleased that our technical delivery team, led by our CTO David Allan, has received the recognition it fully deserves from CREST, especially this early in our company’s development. We make sure that every engagement we perform is tailored and bespoke to the client, but we never compromise on our professional and ethical standards.” – Steve Lancaster, CYSIAM CEO.
“CREST is delighted to welcome CYSIAM as an accredited member company. To become CREST accredited, companies go through a very demanding assessment process that examines test methodologies, legal and regulatory requirements, data protection standards, logging and auditing, internal and external communications with stakeholders, as well as how test data security is maintained. CREST accreditation enables CYSIAM to demonstrate to its customers and to the Industry as a whole, that it is committed to consistently delivering the highest professional security services standards.” – Ian Glover, President of CREST.
CREST is a not-for-profit accreditation and certification body representing the technical information security industry. CREST provides internationally recognised accreditations for organisations providing technical security services and professional level certifications for individuals providing vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, cyber incident response, threat intelligence and security operations centre (SOC) services. CREST Member companies undergo regular and stringent assessment, whilst CREST certified individuals undertake rigorous examinations to demonstrate the highest levels of knowledge, skill and competence. To ensure currency of knowledge in fast changing technical security environments the certification process is repeated every three years.