The BVRLA has obtained the Government’s Cyber Essentials Plus accreditation following an independent assessment of the association’s IT security infrastructure and processes.
Awarded by the National Cyber Security Centre’s partner IASME, the accreditation demonstrates that the BVRLA meets the standards of IT security required to help protect against cyber-attacks. A threat that has become increasingly prevalent as digital working increases and criminals exploit the Covid crisis to unscrupulously target individuals and businesses.
Read the full press release issued 29 April: BVRLA emphasises the importance of cyber security
The BVRLA encourages members to review the advice published by the National Cyber Security Centre in the following documents, both designed to help businesses to protect themselves against cyber-attacks:
Members can also find out more about the Cyber Essentials programme on the National Cyber Security Centre’s website.