Cyber AMI – A must have for accountants

Cyber Essentials for Accountants

Working in conjunction with our partners Berea, we are delighted to give you the opportunity to purchase Cyber AMI, a Web based business app to help you achieve and maintain compliance with Cyber Essentials, the government’s risk management specification for cyber threats.

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Accountants hold a large amount of highly sensitive client data. From this point of view there is a significant threat from cyber criminals or just common and avoidable accidents. With GDPR a hot topic, Cyber AMI is a must have tool in protecting your business from Cyber threats and giving clients reassurance that you have taken steps to counter this threat. Indeed Cyber essentials is now widely regarded as the minimum benchmark for cyber security in any business.

Cyber Essentials

More specifically Cyber AMI provides a modular assessment and education support journey, designed to guide the non-technical laymen through Cyber Essentials in plain English. On successful completion you will be provided with the Cyber Essentials Certificate, which will demonstrate activity and compliance with the government’s standard. Cyber Essentials is available for an annual subscription of just £300 + VAT.

Note that product will have equal value to your clients and in addition to purchasing for your practice you can purchase bundles of this product and re-sell to your clients.

This product provides excellent value for money, particularly when compared to the cost of bespoke consultancy. In order to purchase please contact Vantage for more information.

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