Independent, full-service marketing agency Volpa has reaffirmed its commitment to cyber security by achieving the Cyber Essentials Management Standard accreditation for a second time, meaning the Perth based agency continues to fully comply with the requirements of the Government backed Cyber Essentials Scheme and is protected against the most common cyber-attacks, providing clients with peace of mind that their data is secure.
Volpa completed its assessment in March, subsequently receiving a certificate of compliance from QG Management Standards. The certificate confirms that Volpa met the requirements of the Cyber Essentials Management Standard and that the agency’s ICT defences were assessed as satisfactory against commodity based cyber-attack.
The Cyber Essentials scheme provides businesses with clarity on good basic cyber security practice and by focusing on basic cyber hygiene, ensures that companies and organisations are better protected from the most common cyber threats. Volpa is registered on the National Register of Cyber Essentials Certified Companies.
Tricia Fox, founder and CEO of Volpa, commented: “Knowing we have met the criteria for Cyber Essentials certification again after fully deploying a remote working model over the last 12 months gives me peace of mind that the systems we have in place are sufficiently robust and agile. The defences we have in place will protect against most common cyber-attacks. Achieving this accreditation is rapidly becoming essential for organisations of all sizes. We have committed to undergoing this process annually to ensure the data we store is protected. Clients can have confidence that their information, systems and sensitive data are totally secure and safe from any unwanted attention from cyber criminals.”
Volpa is named after the latin word for “Fox” and, like the Romans, we’re great at conquering the challenging world of integrated communications and generating some cunningly good publicity for our clients.