• As a certifying body we can award companies both Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus standards.

  • OmniCyber Security are a QSA company providing consultation, audit and assessment services.

  • OmniCyber Security are a CREST member company, our security testing methodologies, processes and procedures have been certified in line with CREST guidelines.

  • We are a lead auditor for ISO27001, providing independent audits, consultation and assessments.

  • IASME is one of the four Cyber Essentials accrediting bodies.

Addressing your Cyber Security & Compliance Objectives

Offensive Security

Assess the risks affecting your business, from an external and internal adversary's perspective.

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Defensive Security

Configuring your IT and Security controls to minimise the risk of disruption.

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GRC Services

Governance, Risk and Compliance; defining, assessing and managing your organisation's people, process, policies and technologies.

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Physical Security

Identify the risks associated with physical assets and the controls required to support your organisation.

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Latest From The Blog

How Cyber Security principles could have stopped the destruction of the Death Star

, May 4th, 2017

As we all know when the Death Star was fully operational it was most advanced battle station in the universe. The immortal words utter by the Generals, Admirals and Captains that “any attack on the Death Star would be futile” would probably have remained true, had they not be so focused on their operational objectives […]

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Google Suite Security Guidelines

By , April 11th, 2017

Here at OmniCyber Security, we are frequently getting asked about security guidelines, and what steps can be taken to make cloud services more secure. We have based the below on the Google Suite of tools, however, many aspects apply across many cloud service providers. Strong Password As with all online accounts, an accounts initial security […]

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New Cyber Essentials Requirements

By , March 24th, 2017

The UK Government published revised Cyber Essentials requirements on 6th February.  They have made the information easier to use, understand and reduce the potential for applicants to misinterpret requirements. Here is a summary of the main changes: Added requirement for authentication in services that allow Internet-based users to access data which must be protected. Removed […]

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