Tuesday, 2 February 2021

Martin Kaye recognised for cyber security for the third year running.

We have been recognised for the third year running for our cyber security. Martin Kaye LLP have received certification for Cyber Essentials by Norm and IASME Consortium. 

Cyber Essentials is a Government-backed scheme supported by the National Cyber Security Centre. The initiative encourages companies and organisations to adopt good practice in the way they use technology, and it protects them against a whole range of the most common cyber-attacks.

As part of the criteria we are required to show –

·         We are committed to using a secure internet connection in our offices

·         Ensure that all our devices and software are secure

·         Control who has access to our data and services

·         Protect our systems from viruses and other malware

·         All our devices and software regularly updated

Mrs Azzopardi-Tudor our Office Manager said, “Our commitment to this scheme and the recognition we have received is a clear indication to our clients and employees that we are constantly working to prevent cyber-attacks and protecting their personal data. This has become more important during the pandemic with staff working from home, in addition the rising risk of cyber-attacks and the threat of increasingly sophisticated cyber-crime, many companies are now choosing to work only with advisors and professional service providers who have been accredited. This recognition assures our clients that we take cyber security seriously, and that we’re continually updating our systems to protect their data at all times.

The accreditation means that Martin-Kaye Solicitors is listed in the recognised Government directory of organisations who have been awarded Cyber Essentials status. So if you’re looking to appoint a law firm that meets the very highest standards of cyber security will find us on the list.