Lanware awarded ‘Cyber Essentials’ certificate

Cyber securityLanware, a technology service provider for investment management firms and financial institutions, has gained a 'Cyber Essentials' certification by Crest, the UK government-approved accreditation body under the Cyber Essentials scheme. The Cyber Essentials classification is a government-backed scheme to help organisations protect themselves against common cyber-attacks. The scheme defines a set of controls that provide organisations with protection from the most prevalent forms of cyber threats. In particular, it focuses on threats which require low levels of attacker skill, and which are widely available online. Lanware is a cloud-based outsourced provider of technology. ©2015 funds europe

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