Local GovernmentOpen your doors to PSN compliance
Both directly and through strategic alliances, Infosec Partners has helped local government and public sector organisations achieve PSN compliance.
A network of networks which allows public sector organisations to connect with each other securely and cost effectively, the Public Services Network (PSN) was rolled out in order to achieve better optimization of resource, with shared common best-practice services as a foundation for developing working practices.
Stay secure and save money
In light of this decade's austerity measures, a significant goal is to save hundreds of millions. But given the heightened threat landscape, with more state-sponsored and well-funded criminal cyber attacks than ever before, establishing an optimum standard of Security is essential for all organisations wishing to join PSN.
As a trusted advisor to significant organisations in both public and private sectors, Infosec Partners has a track record of helping clients achieve the right balance between productivity, profitability and risk management to ensure that security enables and not hinders progress.
Best-of-breed technologies complement Infosec Partners' know-how meaning that not only do your robust plans get signed off and delivered, but also that you stay compliant and secure towards your next assessment.
It's also important to also appreciate that Security in Education is not just about children. As fully functioning organsiations, full spectrum security needs to constantly be monitored and optimised. From Physical security, to Human Capital Management, and Intellectual Property, security in Education is a fundamental concern. Contact us now for strategic advice and technical expertise.
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