At 4C Strategies, we work with mission critical clients who demand the highest levels of information security – armed forces, public safety agencies, and critical infrastructure providers from the finance, energy, communications, emergency services and transportation sectors. As such, we uphold strict information security standards in our SaaS hosting infrastructure and company practices, in accordance with international standards.
- Exonaut’s Role Based Access Control ensures secure, permissions-based access to sensitive data.
- Accredited by NATO and several armed forces to Secret and Unclassified level.
- Regular information security audits and penetration testing by our clients, based on ISO27000, COBIT 4.1, ENISA IAF, PCI security standards.
- Cloud services hosted in Sweden with Tier 3 data centers, certified by the Uptime Institute.
Cyber Essentials Plus
Our cyber security and cloud hosting infrastructure are certified with the IASME Cyber Essentials Plus standard. Cyber Essentials Plus is a UK Government-backed, industry-supported certification scheme designed to help organisations demonstrate operational security against common online threats. Selected by industry experts, the technical controls within the scheme reflect those covered in well-established standards, such as the ISO/IEC 27000 series, the Information Security Forum’s Standard of Good Practice for Information Security and the Standard for Information Assurance for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises.
While Cyber Essentials sets out the technical controls, Cyber Essentials Plus involves an annual certification process conducted by an independent, accredited assessor.
G-Cloud 12 Digital Marketplace
4C Strategies has also been approved as a Crown Commercial Supplier under the UK Government’s Digital Marketplace Framework – GCloud. Under Software as a Service Lot 3 of the framework, 4C Strategies will provide our Exonaut cloud software solutions for Risk Management, Business Continuity, Crisis Management, Compliance, Training and Exercises.
G-Cloud is a framework set up by the UK Government and managed by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) that enables UK public sector organisations to select and procure accredited cloud products and services. Now in its 12th iteration, G-Cloud 12 includes more than 4,000 cloud suppliers.