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Cyber Essentials Plus certification (Allianz)

Cyber Essentials Plus certification (Allianz)

SKU: 4500
Format: Certification (Online purchases only)

Now that you have completed the Allianz cyber risk assessment questionnaire, it is easy to apply for CREST-accredited Cyber Essentials Plus certification.

With this service, we will review your pre-populated self-assessment questionnaire (SAQ), schedule the required vulnerability scans, undertake the necessary on-site assessment and deliver the certification service – all managed via an online service .

Don’t worry – you will have an opportunity to review and update your cyber security assessment responses before submitting your SAQ to us for review.

An additional £100 administration fee will be incurred for all transactions processed by any means other than via the website (online payment).

Price: £1,250.00
ex vat

Description

Now that you have taken the Allianz cyber risk assessment, achieving Cyber Essentials Plus certification is only a few steps away.

You can conduct your entire application process online – simply and easily.

  • If you require Cyber Essentials certification instead, click here.
  • If you require Live Online Cyber Essentials consultancy advice, click here.

IT Governance has successfully certified over 150 companies to the Cyber Essentials scheme.

“The service IT Governance provided to us is outstanding. I have been impressed with every single aspect of the way you have assessed our infrastructure for the Cyber Essential Scheme. The service delivery has been to the highest standard and they have been flexible in our needs."

Kit Lai – General Manager, Pearl Linguistics Ltd

 

How the certification application process works:

  1. You will receive details to log into our online CyberComply portal.
  2. Here, you can review and update your self-assessment questionnaire (SAQ), which has been populated based on your responses from the Allianz survey.
  3. Once completed, submit your SAQ through the portal for review.
  4. You can then schedule the required external vulnerability scans and on-site assessment with our CREST-accredited testing team.
  5. You will receive interim feedback on the SAQ results and external scans prior to the on-site assessment.
  6. IT Governance will conduct the on-site assessment and perform the necessary internal scans on a sample of your Internet-facing devices.
  7. We will provide you with the results of internal scans and on-site audit. If there are nonconformities, we will provide detailed feedback to help you understand how to close these gaps and achieve certification.
  8. If you meet all of the scheme’s requirements, we will issue your Cyber Essentials Plus certificate.

Prevent around 80% of cyber attacks by achieving Cyber Essentials Plus certification today.

Important: Please read the testing conditions

View important details about prerequisites for testing here »

The above price is based on on-site testing at one location of one type of user account on up to eight workstation builds and up to five mobile devices (smartphones, tablets*), and with 16 or fewer external IP addresses. Price includes SAQ review, external scans and certification service - Client site visits are subject to travel expenses. Expenses will be assessed and charged in arrears. (Tests for additional IP addresses can be purchased here)

* Microsoft Surface Tablet Pro is treated as a workstation.

The duration and number of locations that must be included in the internal testing are dependent on the number of builds of user devices, including BYOD, that are within the scope of the certification.

The number of locations to be tested depends on whether all the different builds can be tested in one location. It is permissible to arrange a build to be delivered at a particular site for testing purposes, even if it is not normally deployed there, providing it accesses the Internet in its usual manner.

The number of builds is defined by the number of configurations of operating system and the suite of software installed. Examples of relevant software are listed below.

  • Oracle Java
  • Adobe Acrobat
  • Microsoft Office
  • Adobe Flash
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Opera
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • Anti-virus solution

If more than one browser or Office suite is used, then each variant needs testing. If they are installed on the same build, then this is acceptable.

 

Pre-test requirements

  • All user device builds to be tested, including mobile and BYOD, must be available for testing.
  • Local user accounts with username and password must be available for each user group in scope.
  • Internet access from the devices being tested must allow the receipt of emails from our test domain and be accessible by our test web server (https://cybercomply.co.uk).
  • Details of a user e-mail account per user group being assessed.
  • Workstation builds must be configured to allow an authenticated vulnerability scan that will determine patch and version numbers of installed software, and details of the account to be used.
  • Remote registry must be enabled on the workstation builds, and no global policies that block the authenticated vulnerability scan are permitted.
  • Click here for repeat testing and assessment fees >>
  • Read our Cyber Essentials FAQs here.

Please contact us at servicecentre@itgovernance.co.uk or call us on +44 (0)845 070 1750 for further details and clarification about the requirements.

 

Conditions

Client site visits, where required, are subject to travel expenses. Expenses will be assessed and charged in arrears.

 

 

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