Perimeter Fencing Solutions achieve Digitally Aware accreditation

Secured by Design (SBD) member company Perimeter Fencing Solutions have achieved the Police Digital Security Centre’s Digitally Aware accreditation, demonstrating to their customers, staff and suppliers how important the security of their information is to the business.

With 65,000 cyber security attacks on UK SMEs daily, and 41% of UK consumers claiming they will never return to a business that has had a security breach, investing in cyber security has never been more important.

The Police Digital Security Centre’s (PDSC) Digitally Aware certification scheme, designed in collaboration with BSI (the British Standards Institute), recognises those businesses who have made the first step towards better cyber security.

The Digitally Aware certification – which is being offered FREE to SBD member companies - can be completed through a simple online assessment tool in just 15 minutes. The assessment helps test the resilience of the business to the most common types of cyber crime.

Businesses are provided with a tailored report based on the assessment, which contains specific recommendations of action in accordance with the latest Government and police guidance, with those who achieve the Digitally Aware accreditation receiving a certificate valid for 12 months.

Michelle Kradolfer, Cyber Development Officer at the PDSC, said: “In these unprecedented times, it is crucial that businesses are taking the time to review their vulnerability to common types of cyber crimes, understand their exposure to risk and put in place simple control measures to improve their own resilience.

“We are delighted to see that businesses such as Perimeter Fencing Solutions have taken active steps to complete and successfully obtain our Digitally Aware certificate, demonstrating to their customers, employees and stakeholders that they take their cyber security seriously. We hope that other businesses will take note of this achievement and follow in Perimeter Fencing Solutions footsteps in helping to keep UK SMEs cyber secure.”

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Hywel Davies, Director, Perimeter Fencing Solutions, said: “Perimeter Fencing Solutions are thrilled to have achieved the Digitally Aware accreditation from the Police Digital Security Centre. Cyber security is critical to our business to ensure our business, our clients, and supplier information is kept safe at all times.”

Perimeter Fencing Solutions have a comprehensive range of security fencing and gate solutions which are suited for private, corporate and public sector organisations throughout the UK.

With over 50 years’ experience in the Security Fencing Industry the company are involved in each step of the way right from initial complimentary site survey consultation, to a comprehensive design proposal, manufacture and installation.

Perimeter Fencing Solutions continually invest in research and development to help combat the rapidly changing security threat ensuring their systems meet the perimeter security requirement for every site.

You can find out more about Perimeter Fencing Solutions and their extensive range of SBD accredited physical perimeter security products here: https://www.securedbydesign.com/member-companies/sbd-members?view=companydetail&account=0011i00000aT7ZBAA0

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The PDSC is part of Police Crime Prevention Initiatives, a police-owned, not-for-profit organisation that works on behalf of the Police Service throughout the UK to deliver a wide range of crime prevention initiatives to reduce crime, as well as acting as a catalyst to bring together public and private sector organisations to create safer communities.

As well as law enforcement, the PDSC works in partnership with industry, government and academia in support of the Government’s ambition to make the UK one of the safest places to do business online.

The PDSC is focused on helping SMEs reduce their vulnerability to cyber-crime and fraud by raising awareness about the most common types of cyber-crime and the simple steps they can take to protect themselves. All advice and guidance is consistent with the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).

For more information see: www.policedsc.com