ISO 27001 certification with Lloyd's Register ensures you have the controls in place to protect your information from fraud, cyber attack, sabotage and viruses.
ISO 27018 is the international standard for cloud security management, providing a robust, internationally recognised benchmark for protecting personally identifiable information (PII) stored in the cloud.
PCI DSS compliance from Nettitude, a member of the Lloyd's Register group, protects your credit and debit cardholder data from cyber-security attacks.
Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus certification from CREST affiliated company, Nettitude, can help you demonstrate to stakeholders that you are managing your cyber risks.
Nettitude, a member of the Lloyd's Register group, can help organisations to identify system vulnerabilities and provide effective solutions to manage cyber threats.
Nettitude, a member of the Lloyd's Register group, create custom tooling and services in cutting edge areas to help organisations develop security defence, incident detection and response perspectives.
Worried about destroying confidential information? LRQA can assess organisations against the code of practice for the secure destruction of confidential information.
ND 1643 from the NICC contains controls and measures that constitute the minimum standards required to protect the UK national infrastructure and is applicable to any communications provider that has a direct interconnection with another communications provider.
LRQA currently perform assessments at TickITplus Foundation Level, which allows organisations to progress to TickITplus with minimal effort.
LRQA was involved in the development of tScheme and holds UKAS accreditation to provide assessment of electronic trust service providers.