Another day another major cyber security story. This time it is ‘big four’ accountancy and consultancy firm Deloitte that has been affected. All the more embarrassing for them because Deloitte provides high-end cyber security advice to some of the world’s biggest banks, multinational companies, media enterprises, pharmaceutical firms and government agencies.
I’m proud to announce that Transputec has been awarded supplier status for the government’s new multibillion Technology Services 2 (TS2) Framework by the UK’s Crown Commercial Service (CCS).
We have decades of expertise leveraging a broad range of technologies and services that help public sector organisations operate more efficiently, so this underlines our commitment to them. From now on, public sector organisations will be able to commission a range of our bespoke technology services through this framework.
The Managed Service Provider model of delivering information technology services is becoming increasingly popular among enterprises as the cost and complexity of running your own network increases. This has brought growth and competitiveness in the MSP sector, which is undoubtedly to the benefit of clients.
Consider this scenario for a moment. An employee in your company has just downloaded a spreadsheet with all of your CRM data on it. It contains not only names, job titles, contact numbers and e-mails for all of your customers, but also notes on the size of their procurement budget, their purchasing pressure points and the expiry dates of your contracts with them.
I am delighted to announce that leading business disruption incident management tool, Crises Control, and cutting edge behavioural monitoring tool, ThreatSpike, have been jointly shortlisted for the prestigious CIR Risk Management Awards 2017, in the Cyber Security Product/Partnership of the Year.