London, UK – January 2021 – Recognising the growing threat from cyber-related crime, Invennt has undertaken a series of security enhancements to our digital systems and processes in order to achieve Cyber Essentials accreditation.
Tim Fitch, Director and co-founder of Invennt said, “With cyber-crime quickly becoming a serious concern for our customers and business leaders across the globe, we have taken the necessary steps to protect them. We view this as a major step forward and another important point of differentiation in the market.”
Meanwhile Cameron Foley, Chief Operating Officer of Invennt said, “We know that our customers trust us with their company information and we take that responsibility seriously. With regular reports of businesses falling victim to cyber-attacks, it is the responsibility of every organisation to ensure they protect themselves and their clients.”
Cyber Essentials is a Government-backed and industry-supported scheme that helps businesses protect themselves against the growing threat of cyber-attacks and provides a clear statement of the basic controls organisations should have in place to protect themselves.
It is the UK Government’s answer to a safer internet space for organisations of all sizes, across all sectors. Developed and operated by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), Cyber Essentials is considered the best first step to a more secure network, protecting businesses from 80% of basic cyber-security breaches.
As a company dealing with sensitive information, Invennt has long embraced best practices in relation to cyber protection and information security but the business is pleased that this has been recognised with Cyber Essentials accreditation.
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Invennt is the world’s leading specialist construction business consultancy. The business was founded by Tim Fitch and Brendan Morahan to help the construction industry get greater value from their investments. The company’s services include business strategy development, productivity & operational improvement, business development and marketing, collaboration and R&D tax credit claims.