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Investigating the Navalny Poisoning

Bellingcat has investigated the near-fatal poisoning of Alexey Navalny by the Russian GRU back in August. The details display some impressive traffic analysis. Navalny got a confession out of one of the poisoners, displaying some masterful social engineering.

Lots of interesting opsec details in all of this.

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Implementing ISO27001 is a lengthy process with highly technical detail. Luckily, our qualified security consultants are here to help define your scope and install your Information Security Management System (ISMS), with experience in helping businesses of all sizes to identify risks and vulnerabilities, our experts can implement a robust ISMS. At the end of this process, we want you to be fully prepared for your audit(s) through providing expert support.

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ISO27001 is an ISMS that is a systematic approach to managing sensitive information and data so that it remains available, confidential and intact. It can help businesses of all sizes, in any industry sector to keep information assets secure and avoid data breach, hacks and compromise. 

A popular information security standard for businesses

In today’s world, businesses need a flexible system for managing sensitive information and achieving recognised certifications by an accredited certification body.  This system is ISO27001.

Take action to improve security

ISO27001 is an ISMS that is a systematic approach to managing sensitive information and data so that it remains available, confidential and intact. It can help businesses of all sizes, in any industry sector to keep information assets secure and avoid data breach, hacks and compromise. 

A popular information security standard for businesses

In today’s world, businesses need a flexible system for managing sensitive information and achieving recognised certifications by an accredited certification body.  This system is ISO27001.

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Managing personal and sensitive information the right way

Benefits of working with us

With us, you can skip the headache and be confident that your business is compliant. We take the pressure off of you and guide you through the compliance life-cycle one step at a time.

Certification

Guaranteed ISO27001 certification providing you follow our advice

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Delivering the aspects of ISO27001 that you need. Saving you costs, time and effort.

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Implement ISO27001 yourself knowing you have expert advice and support whenever you need it to provide guidance and resource to ensure that you’re compliant with audit expectations.

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  • Call on us to advise and help wherever and whenever needed.
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Implement ISO27001 yourself knowing you have expert advice and support whenever you need it to provide guidance and resource to ensure that you’re compliant with audit expectations.

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  • Call on us to advise and help wherever and whenever needed.
  • Deliver to your own timescales using your internal resources.
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Our approach

We are flexible and modular. This means that we can flex and size according to your business requirements.

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We understand your business objectives in regard to ISO27001 and engage with the stakeholders and customers that have a vested interest in ISO27001 compliance and can help with successful delivery.

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Having understood your business objectives for ISO27001 and security, we are in a position to present what success looks like. We take on-board comments and modify as a result. The outcome is a strategy and plan for successful delivery.

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We then can present the working methodologies, tools, processes, documents and training to implement your ISO27001 compliance requirements.

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We can now support you in your final ISO27001 audit. We are available to present the audit on your behalf or to lend assistance.

As a result of the audit, any further improvements to your ISO27001 implementation can be quickly and easily implemented.

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Present the working methodologies, tools, processes, documents and training.

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Supporting you in the final audit and be available to present the audit on your behalf or to lend assistance. 

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To keep operations running smoothly, you need to be compliant in every aspect of your business. We help business owners understand how to be compliant and empower their employees to follow and understand the most up-to-date rules and regulations. We’re here to guide you every step of the way.

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Run a better business

It all comes down to retaining knowledge. We give businesses training in the ever-changing world of compliance. Helping you stay up to date and address changes before they become problems.

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  • Wide range of resources specific to your organisation: documentation, videos, photos, images, PowerPoint slides and quizzes are just a few ways we can help. 
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Transform the way you manage your business

With us, you can skip the headache and be confident that your business is compliant. We take the pressure off of you and guide you through the compliance life-cycle one step at a time.

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  • Across different industries and all size organisations, meeting specific business objectives and goals.
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We adopt a proactive approach to delivering your chosen solution, taking the time to understand your business objectives to provide you with a strategy ready for successful delivery.

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