As Cyber-crime costs the global economy hundreds of billions of dollars per annum, BSI is doing something to counteract the threat.
We have invested heavily in information resilience, boosting our global information security expertise footprint and putting our client’s cyber security and threats, at the centre of our propositions.
With already established standards in information security management (e.g. ISO 27001), BSI can now offer adjacencies and ubiquitous cyber resilience to this global accreditation.
BSI acquired Espion (Irish cyber security and information resilience business, dealing primarily in the private sector with global contracts) and Info Assure (UK based information security business dealing primarily in government tenders) this year to bolster their products and services offering. With subject matter expertise in areas such as Payment card industry data security standards (PCI DSS) to penetration testing, vulnerability assessments to data protection, security awareness training to certified training courses and much more, BSI now enables their clients to be fully compliant, information resilient and secure from any cyber threats, in line with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which will be in effect from 25th May 2018.
See below for what we can offer from our Cyber Security & Information Resilience domain.