The Cardonet IT support team have gained UK SC clearance capabilities by having ultra-secure processes and exceedingly high security standards. What is SC Clearance? Security Check (SC) clearance is a government issued approval that allows an individual to have trusted access to sensitive government information. How one gets SC Clearance For an individual to gain
We are proud to announce that Cardonet has successfully been awarded a place on the G-Cloud 12 Framework. The G-Cloud 12 Framework is a scheme setup by the UK government that enables public sector organisations to procure cloud-based services with ease. The framework provides many benefits to public sector organisations, including: Added security Reduced costs
CiSP is the Cyber-Security information Sharing Partnership. Set up by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), CiSP’s primary objective is to tackle cyber threats and enable its members to exchange this information on threats and vulnerabilities in real time. Launched in 2013, the CiSP is a collaborative initiative between industry and government to share cyber
April 2020 As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to develop, here at Cardonet we are doing our best to ensure the safety of our customers and employees whilst continuing business as usual. We are following steps and guidelines to ensure we are able to do this. Following Government Advice We are closely monitoring official government advice.
Cardonet remains fully operational and we continue to support our clients 24×7 during the current uncertainty. In these unprecedented times, we must accept the new normal, a large part of which is remote working. Cardonet’s number one priority is the health and safety of our employees, our customers, our suppliers and our wider community. The
The UK Crown Commercial Services yesterday confirmed that Cardonet has been is included as a certified supplier in the categories of Cloud hosting and Support on the G-Cloud 11 procurement framework, part of the Government’s Digital Marketplace. G-Cloud was created to provide central government, local councils, NHS Trusts and other public-sector bodies access to approved