“We have worked closely together in recent years to successfully gain our Cyber Essentials Plus accreditation and help ensure new services are designed and tested securely. Given the challenges of today’s budget pressures and increasing Cyber security risk we have found Capital Networks to be an effective, reliable and professional partner"
"As we have increased the range of information and communications technology systems available externally, having assurance that our environment remains secure is vital. CNS were selected to perform external vulnerability assessments on our network. CNS not only has high levels of experience and accredited expertise, but as a trusted partner, they understand WWH as a business and provide guidance at a level that is appropriate to us'"
"CNS were amazingly helpful in sharing knowledge and providing guidance throughout the whole process, helping us navigate the terminology and braking things down into manageable chunks. CNS further worked unusual hours to line up with us and went above & beyond (in our opinion) to ensure we were successful in this process.
The end result is we have the certification, some good documentation and a far better understanding of Cyber Security.
We’re in a good place, it was a good experience and we would have no hesitation in recommending Capital Networks."
"Capital Network Solutions are one of our most experienced Certification Bodies for both Cyber Essentials and IASME governance. They have exceptionally fast turnaround times and are always ready with practical, expert advice suitable to companies of all sizes"
"CNS provide good value for money for the level of skills available. They provide a quality service and high level of expertise with a greater level of ownership compared to larger companies."
“IT moves very quickly and I’m sure we will be dictated to, in part, by new standards to meet and challenges to overcome. As these arise, we have a reliable and conscientious partner in CNS, who have the skills to help us obtain full value from IT without getting bogged down in the details, or seriously affected by security threats.”