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UKITA Member IASME praised by Chloe Smith, MP.

UKITA Member IASME praised by Chloe Smith, MP.

Press Releases   •   Apr 29, 2013 16:37 BST

A UK IT Association member was praised by a prominent member of parliament in her keynote speech at this years Infosec conference. Chloe Smith, Minister for Political and Constitutional Reform, praised the work done by IASME in creating a cyber-security standard that is specifically aimed at the SME market and for forming a partnership with a local insurance firm to help market the product

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BIS call for interest: IASME

News   •   Mar 11, 2013 10:54 GMT

With March seeing the beginning of a consultancy period for the Governments Cyber Security Organisational Standards, and given the recent events at Evernote we understand that is will be an area of concern for our members and their customers- read more on why we support the IASME standard.

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Information economy strategy - BIS call for views from SMEs

News   •   Feb 14, 2013 12:36 GMT

UKITA has been approached by BIS to approach our members to ascertain their views on the Government's information economy strategy, which is being released this spring.