Ascentor expands capabilities on Digital Outcomes and Specialists 2

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Public sector organisations, agencies and associated bodies can now buy more Ascentor services through the Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) Framework.

Ascentor’s cyber security and information assurance consultants have a background in government security and extensive experience in a variety of Information Assurance (IA) disciplines. In the second iteration of the DOS framework, Ascentor’s Digital Outcomes capabilities cover a range of security topics – IA certification, policy, threat modelling, risk management, infrastructure reviews and firewall audits. We can also offer project management, and process and system auditing.

Clients can also source Digital Specialists for Cyber Security Consultant, Delivery Manager and Technical Architect roles once the framework goes live on the Digital Marketplace this month.

Commenting on inclusion of the new services on the Digital Marketplace, MD Dave James said:

“The new UK Cyber Security Strategy emphasises the importance of digital technology to the UK government and business – and strives to make the UK more resilient to cyber threats. The Digital Marketplace is an easy place for buyers to find us and contract with us. Adding more services through DOS2 will give Ascentor a wider platform to share our knowledge at this important time and help strengthen the UK’s cyber defences.”

Dave James, MD, Ascentor

For more information and an informal discussion about your cyber security and IA requirements, please contact Dave James, MD at Ascentor.

Email: [email protected]

Office: 01452 881712

Web: ascentor.co.uk

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