Ascentor joins the Cyber Security Supplier to Government list

HM Govt Supplier to Govt We are delighted to announce that Ascentor have been granted ‘Provider of Cyber Security Solutions’ status in recognition of supplying cyber security services to the UK government.

The Cyber Security Supplier to Government scheme is administered by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and supports UK companies pursuing export business opportunities worldwide in ensuring cyber security capabilities.

Businesses in the scheme can show that they supply cyber security products and services to the UK governmentand use the government logo in their marketing material. The latest list can be viewed here .

Dave James, MD of Ascentor, is justly proud of the announcement.

“Our inclusion on the latest Cyber Security Supplier to Government list recognises our work with central government departments and the importance we place on bringing robust information assurance to improve the UK’s cyber defences. After 11 years of business it also marks the hard work we’ve put into building the Ascentor brand and is the prefect start to our second decade.” Dave James.

Ascentor’s cyber security and information assurance specialists have a background in government security and extensive experience in a variety of Information Assurance disciplines including Risk Management, Audit, Accreditation, Project Management, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery.

For further information, please see our Cyber and IA for Central Government page.

If you are a central government department and you would like to know more about how Ascentor can help you to de-risk your Information System procurement with expert IA, please contact Dave Jamesfor an informal chat.

Email: [email protected]


Office: 01452 881712


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