Lyons Bowe has again been awarded the government-backed Cyber Essentials (CE) Certification proving our commitment to safeguarding our systems and data. Find our certification here.
Part of the Government’s strategy ‘to make the UK one of the most secure places to do business in cyberspace’ Cyber Essentials is an important accreditation for any business at risk of internet/phishing threats and scams.
To achieve Cyber Essentials, an external assessment was conducted covering the five key elements of the programme to prove that Lyons Bowe understand and implement the necessary infrastructure that protects our firms systems and data. The accreditation scheme aims to help firms implement basic levels of protection against cyber-attack, demonstrating to their customers that they take cyber security seriously.
Solicitors firms, like ours, with Cyber Essentials, lower the risk of cyber-attack and offer assurance to customers that sufficient security controls are being used to reduce the risk of any breach on systems and data. Working with industry best practices is vital to protect our customers and us from current cyber threats.
Justine Tipling, Head of Operations said:
“We are proud to have once again achieved the certification of assurance demonstrating to both our staff, clients and stakeholders, that we take cyber security extremely seriously, ensuring our policies, procedures and cyber security measures adhere to government endorsed standards.
A big shout out to our team, across all five of our offices, for their extra due diligence and awareness during such volatile times.
This certification confirms that our firm’s IT systems comply with essential cyber security controls and provides assurance that Lyons Bowe is protected against the most common cyber-attacks.”