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Which of these frameworks will your organisation be using when your next Code of Connection submission is due?
With the ever changing regulations and requirements of the Government’s Code of Connection, even the most diligent of ISO’s can find it a challenge to keep up to date with their organisation’s obligations to this. For example, whilst you were busy installing EAL4 firewalls or labouring to ensure your wireless network met the stringent standards of CESG Manual Y, were you aware that SOCITM and the LGA (plus others) had successfully negotiated with the Cabinet Office to relax some of these mandatory requirements?
In performing on average more than one ‘CoCo’ IT Health Check per week, NTA makes it a priority to be aware of such changes, so you can be confident that you are dealing with an informed partner who will provide an added value service, crucial in these times of austerity.
Unlike the acronyms and regulations, one thing that does remain a constant however, is the need to keep information as secure as possible. Whether you’re a central government department handling RESTRICTED (IL3), CONFIDENTIAL (IL4) or even SECRET (IL5) data, a unitary body with thousands of staff or district council with a handful of GCSx users, you can be confident that NTA, as a CESG ‘Green’ CHECK and CREST accredited service provider with SC cleared consultants, will help you achieve the objectives relevant to your organisation.
One of the team is always willing to discuss any specific requirements or questions you might have so feel free to contact us.