IASME Governance Self Assessed
Here's how SMEs can achieve an excellent level of security on a budget.
What is the IASME Governance Self-Assessed?
You’re a small to medium business who wants to demonstrate to clients and business partners that you manage information and data securely.
How do you go about demonstrating this?
With the IASME Governance Self Assessed certification, you’ll be able to achieve an excellent level of information security in a cost-effective manner.
All it takes to become certified is answering 160 short questions, making remediations along the way to your Information Security.
We’ll review your answers and if successful, we’ll award you a pass within just 3 days.
Why Achieve IASME Governance Self Assessed?
What's included in the IASME Governance Self Assessment?
When you decide to align to the IASME Governance standard, you will also be receiving a Cyber Essentials certification in the process.
This means you’ll be covering the 5 technical controls within the Cyber Essentials Scheme as well as successfully managing your risk.
IASME Governance self-assessed also includes a GDPR Compliance assessment which means you can align to the GDPR at no extra cost.
Why Choose Cyber Tec Security?
Once you’ve filled out the application form, we’ll be in touch to begin the process.
We’ll send over the question set and guide you through the process if preferred.
Once you’ve passed, we’ll quickly send over all collateral including your certificates and logos.
Ready to achieve IASME Governance?
IASME Governance Self Certification includes Cyber Essentials certification, GDPR requirements as well as additional topics related to people and processes. It is aligned to a similar set of controls to ISO 27001.
With a dedicated account manager by your side, Cyber Tec Security will guide you through the process of
achieving the IASME Governance which involves achieving Cyber Essentials with GDPR.
IASME Governance Audited is an independent on-site audit of your organisation’s information security against the IASME Governance standard. It is aligned to a similar set of controls to ISO 27001.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Cyber Essentials Scheme is a Government scheme that helps organisations to guard against the most common cyber threats from the internet and demonstrate commitment to cyber security. It covers five main technical controls which will protect companies against an estimated 80% of common internet threats. The controls are:
- Secure your Internet connection (Firewalls and routers)
- Secure your devices and software (Secure configuration)
- Control access to your data and services (Access control)
- Protect from viruses and other malware (Malware protection)
- Keep your devices and software up to date (Software updates)
IASME Governance certification is aligned to the Government’s Ten Steps to Cyber Security and includes Cyber Essentials certification as well as controls around people and processes. It also covers the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements. IASME Governance is aligned to a similar set of controls to ISO 27001 but is more affordable and achievable for small and medium sized organisations to implement.
When I apply to do Cyber Essentials and IASME Governance together, can I do IASME Governance at a later date?
We would normally require the Cyber Essentials and IASME Governance to be assessed at the same time, but they can be done separately provided that the IASME Governance is completed within 6 months of the Cyber Essentials certification.