Are you working towards Cyber Essentials or Cyber Essentials Plus at your UK organisation? Or perhaps you are in the initial stages of information gathering and would benefit from further guidance.
The live online Cyber Essentials (CE) clinic gives you the opportunity to ask questions and have them answered, provide feedback on any areas that are problematic, as well as share your CE(+) journey with other organisations.
These clinics do not replace consultations with your chosen provider or accreditor but should be a useful additional route for one-off questions or issues of wider relevance.
These sessions will run quarterly. Upcoming dates include:
- 5 June 2019
- 5 September 2019
- 5 December 2019
Session topics and leads
We'll take questions on any CE topic during each session, but each session will be lead by a member of the team with CE experience.
Jisc’s very own Sam Eaton-Rosen will lead the December session. Sam is a security specialist and penetration tester in our cyber security division, and his wide ranging credentials include being an IASME Technical Cyber Auditor and IASME Assessor.
- Share your experiences with like-minded people at different stages of the accreditation process
- Gain feedback and support on any areas that may have been problematic
- Suggestions to ‘what’s in scope’ questions directly from the expert
The clinic will be run in Adobe Connect.
In order to access the session you will require a web browser running Adobe Flash 10 or later, an integrated headset and microphone or headphones and a built-in microphone.
Who should attend
Anyone from a UK-based organisation who is thinking about gaining CE accreditation, in the process of CE or CE+ and needs some further clarity, or is looking to renew their CE accredition.
What we cover
The clinic is discussion based and relies on participation. You'll get answers to specific technical, administrative and policy issues you are experiencing either during the session or the team will follow up after the session.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01235 822242.