CYBER SECURITY
IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN

Cyber breach costs an average of £2.6m.
We help you to understand the risks and safeguard your
business and its customers.

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IDENTIFY VULNERABILITY AND COUNTER
THE CYBER THREAT

93% of large corporations are estimated to have had a cyber security breach in the past year.

Following several high profile incidents of data loss in recent years, the management of risk in supply chains has become a central tenet of information assurance practice. It’s critical that organisations understand this context and enable security teams to work with procurement and commercial colleagues across their supplier networks.

NQC SCRiM™ technology drills down global supply chains, identifying vulnerability and enabling supplier performance improvement – helping you to safeguard against costly cyber breaches.

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CYBER ESSENTIALS

Achieve the UK Government accreditation standard for cyber security and build confidence amongst key customers and stakeholders.

The Cyber Essentials accreditation assessment can be completed online and delivered to suppliers, enabling them to demonstrate basic cyber controls and risk management practices. A recognised standard, and mandatory for Government suppliers, Cyber Essentials offers a foundation for any organisation to reduce its vulnerability.

NQC also supports Cyber Essentials compliance for the Defence Cyber Protection Partnership (DCPP). Find out more about our experience in the Defence sector.

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DEVELOPING THE CYBER STANDARD
WITH GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRY

Achieve compliance with ISO 27001 and develop cyber maturity through the supply chain.

In response to the cyber threat, NQC, in partnership with UK Government and the Home Office, has developed an accredited web-based supply chain information assurance assessment - enabling organisations to identify and report on potential risks to data held within, or accessible by supplier networks. This draws on internationally-recognised frameworks such as ISO 27001.

The HMG Information Assurance Assessment provides guidance to organisations and their suppliers on compliance, ensuring accurate reporting and automating risk management and accreditation activities. In addition, NQC’s research team ensures that assurance levels stay current, reflecting latest best practice in cyber.

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