Buckinghamshire Business First achieves Cyber Essentials accreditation

The accreditation is evidence of our commitment to guard ourselves from common IT threats. We encourage all businesses to join the Cyber Essentials scheme and show a commitment to cyber security.

Buckinghamshire Business First and our subsidiary company, Ngage, have been awarded the Cyber Essentials certification, demonstrating our commitment to, and achievement of, a ‘cyber aware’ and ‘cyber secure’ environment, helping to guard us from the common threats to our IT infrastructure.

We take the security of our systems seriously and welcome this accreditation as proof of our commitment to cyber security.

Bidding for public sector contracts? You’ll need Cyber Essentials accreditation.

If your business does not have Cyber Essentials accreditation, you will not be able to bid for any public sector contracts that involve the handling of certain sensitive and personal information.

Find out more

Cyber Essentials is suitable for all organisations, of any size, in any sector.

Visit the Cyber Essentials website for more information.

National Business Cybercrime Conference

The National Business Cybercrime Conference takes place on March 26th 2020 at the Kia Oval in London.

The event is hosted by the National Police Lead for Serious and Organised Crime, Chief Constable Peter Goodman.

The event is free. Register here >

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