Keeping Compliant: How effective encryption can secure your clients’ data

If you’ve been following the news lately, you’ll know that encryption can be a controversial subject. Hacks like the attack on the Marriot Group show the damage data breaches can do - so how can you use encryption to secure your data?

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Taking your Infrastructure Digital: Choosing a Data Storage Solution

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Keeping to the Rules: Why your business needs a Data Protection Officer (DPO) you can rely on in 2019

Six months on from GDPR enforcement, it’s more important than ever that your organisation’s DPO is aware of the issues and rules surrounding data protection. No matter how big or small your business is, keeping your data safe should now be habit - but the rules surrounding the need for a DPO aren’t quite as well known.

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Future Proofing the Working World: The Evolution of Smart Technology

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Trusting your Instincts: How to recognise the 3 most common cyber attacks facing your business

As the Digital Transformation takes over the business world, knowing how to avoid cyber attacks is crucial to keeping your organisation safe from data loss. So what kind of cyber attacks should you keep an eye out for?

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Invisible Engineering: Making your Home Security Watertight

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Process not Panic: 5 data recovery steps to maintain your business’s credibility

More so now than ever, cyber attacks and the data recovery steps that follow them are an inevitable part of running a business. No matter how big or small your business is, a foolproof security strategy and an efficient data recovery solution to get your systems back on track must become second nature to the way your organisation is run.

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Defending your Data: 4 ways to undertake security testing

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Marriott hack hits 500 million Guests – ICO to investigate

It is reported that a division of Marriotts International - Starwood - has been compromised possibly since 2014. 500 million records covering guests staying at W Hotels, Sheraton, Le Meridian and Four Points by Sheraton are known to have been compromised. Compromised data appears to cover name, address information, email address, date of Birth, gender and passport information. Payment information was encrypted, however due to the depth of hack, it is possible that this has also been compromised. The major concern is that the range of personal data collected can easily be used for fraud, and therefore CIS recommend people urgently take precautions to protection themselves

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Covering Every Base: Enhancing your IoT security

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Stopping Attacks in their Tracks: What goes into a watertight data security strategy?

If you're an organisation doing business in the digital age, the chances are that you'll have some kind of data security strategy in place, and you'll understand how much of your business's reputation balances on the measures you take to keep your data safe.

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Making sure the message gets through: four steps to honing your email security

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St Paul’s Cathedral

CIS have been our go-to IT supplier for nearly 20 years, and throughout that time they have been flexible, consultative, and above all putting our business at the forefront of their advice. I would be very pleased to recommend them for any company that needs to have a real partnership with their IT company.

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CIS Overview

Cloud

Cloud

  • CIS Private Cloud
  • Infrastructure as a Service
  • Backup & Disaster Recovery
  • Remote Desktop Services
Security

Security

  • Anti-Virus & Ransomware
  • Extensive Encryption
  • Firewall & Next-Gen UTM
  • Penetration Testing
  • Digital Rights Management
  • Phishing
  • Mobile Device Management
Communications

Communications

  • Exchange Server Hosted & On Prem
  • Mail365
  • Unified Communications
  • Office 365
  • Mobile & VoIP Telephony
  • Internet Connectivity
Support

Support

  • Consultancy
  • Analysis & Audit Services
  • User Training & Enablement
  • Fully Managed Support
People

People

Since its inception in 1989 CIS’ philosophy has always been the same. We believe that in order for our team mates to provide the best possible service to our clients and to remain motivated and inspired themselves, we have to create a positive and stimulating working environment. One that encourages ambition, a continued exchange of ideas and dialogue, hard work, performance and loyalty. We have always rewarded our staff for going the extra mile and for embracing our company ethos but we also aim to make their working experience enjoyable and fun, working on the basis that humour can go a long way and fairness and respect are paramount.

Portfolio

Portfolio

Even though we say this ourselves, our portfolio is first class. We offer a range and quality of Cloud Services that can cater for all our customers’ business goals and aspirations. It’s our job to find the perfect solution for your requirements and you’ll benefit from the research and development carried out by our team to find the ideal system solutions for you.

Partners

Partners

Partners are vital to the ongoing success of our company so we nurture our award-winning network of like-minded organisations, building up mutual trust and respect in our working practices that can only benefit our customers.

Productivity

Productivity

It has always been of key importance to CIS to achieve high levels of productivity and to ensure that we remain s highly effective, lean and fast-moving organisation. It allows us to keep ahead of the game and to spot and act upon new products and trends whenever possible. By keeping on our toes, we can pass on benefits to our clients and partners without the need for time consuming learning curves.