Secrutiny Awarded Position on Crown Commercial Services “Cyber Security Services 3 Dynamic Purchasing System”
07 September 2020
We are thrilled to announce that Secrutiny has been awarded a position on Crown Commercial Service’s Cyber Security Services 3 Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS).
This framework has been established to provide a wide variety of cybersecurity services from a range of pre-qualified suppliers open to all UK public sector bodies including central government departments, local authorities, health, police, fire and rescue, education and devolved administrations.
“I am proud that Secrutiny has qualified for Cyber Security Services 3, and look forward to continuing to provide high quality, bespoke cybersecurity advice and services to our clients” – Ashley Langley, CEO at Secrutiny.
Secrutiny will be providing the following services through this DPS Agreement:
- Consultancy and Advice including Risk Management and Assessment, Security Architecture, Training and Policy Development.
- Incident Management including Cyber Incident Response, Disaster Recovery, Threat Intelligence, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery.
Buyers can access Cyber Security Services 3 Framework directly from the Crown Commercial Service site here.
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