Methods and Tools

Methods and Tools

We are committed to applying the very latest industry best practice methods, tools and standards in support of our services to your benefit. Indeed, on occasions the need for compliance may be the main objective of an assignment.

There is nothing more compelling than the knowledge that an approach or solution we propose and implement is industry recognised, providing a proven benchmark. That being said, we also recognise that the investment an organisation may need to make in complying with certain methods and standards can sometimes be high and may not be commensurate with its business needs, level of risk or budget.

We recognise this dichotomy in two ways. Firstly and in keeping with our business driver principles, we always try to offer a pragmatic alternative. Secondly, we have developed a proprietary range of methods and templates where equivalents do not exist or where simpler alternatives have a role to play.

In much the same way we use different tools to assist with the delivery of our services. These tools can range from highly sophisticated to simple and pragmatic. Many are software based.



We are an ISO/IEC 27001:2013 and BS EN ISO 9001:2008 registered firm.

Integral to our approach is our commitment to continuous improvement, whereby we employ the principle of PLAN, DO, CHECK, ACT in all our processes making us strive to be even better in all we do.

Cyber Essentials

We have also been awarded the Cyber Essentials accreditation, backed by Government and industry to set out and measure against baseline security requirements for all organisations and all sectors.  Cyber Essentials delivers the basic controls that all organisations should implement to mitigate the risk from common internet-based threats.

This accreditation allows us to demonstrate to our customers that we have taken essential precautions to secure against the majority of cyber risks.

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