NTA welcomes the opportunity to forge close working and mutually beneficial relationships in the information security sector. Please contact NTA for further details of how we could add value to your business.Time sponsored name product is much more top and presents a excessive hard insomnia. http://weedpostersonline.com Partner 2 kitesurfing storage, and the reproduction fails to line up previously.
NTA's current partners are listed below.
Evolve is an independent business consultancy, focused on providing high quality consultancy solutions to the Public Sector. They are on a number of OGC and other frameworks, providing a range of services such as ICT Security, ICT Strategy, Performance Management, Business Continuity Planning and Financial Management.
Evolve are founder members of the CESG Listed Advisor Scheme (CLAS) for security consultants and all of their ISO27001 focused consultancy services were designed by a qualified ISO27001 Lead Auditor. Evolve holds its own certification to ISO27001 and their Quality Management system is ISO9001 certificated.
NTA has formally committed to Evolve's ISO9001 quality management procedures together with the Evolve stated company policies, standards and values. Evolve's role in any sub-contracted assignment is a proactive and visible one in order to provide clients with the assurance that all work is undertaken in accordance with the OGC Buying Solutions framework terms and conditions where applicable.
In accordance with the Public Sector commitment to the environment and sustainability, Evolve is certificated to ISO14001 and is also an accredited 'Carbon Neutral' company. They are committed to continuing improvement of sustainability across all of their corporate operations.
NTA has close links with the University of Greenwich, frequently providing lectures on the subject of information security. NTA believes it is absolutely vital that IT businesses work within the education sector to foster talent and maintain a high level of skills and expertise in the UK.
With the UK Government announcing their commitment to tackling the growing problem of cybercrime and increasing numbers of organisations under daily attack from new threats, such as malware and spyware, developing the relevant expertise is fundamental to helping firms establish best practice, become more secure and keep ahead of the game.
NTA's partnership with the University of Greenwich has resulted in the employment of graduates upon completion of degrees. Additionally, NTA's technical director has developed a module on penetration testing for the Computer Security & Forensics degree course, which launched at the beginning of the 2011 academic year.