Solace Cyber receives NCSC recognition

Solace Cyber has achieved recognition as an Assured Service Provider under the National Cyber Security Centre’s Cyber Incident Response (Level 2) scheme.

The NCSC's Cyber Incident Response project aims to offer support to UK organisations that have fallen victim to cyber attack by raising awareness of high-quality incident response providers.

Dorset-based Solace currently serves more than 30,000 commercial businesses nationwide.

Rowland Johnson, president of CREST said, “Congratulations to Solace for gaining NCSC Cyber Incident Response (Level 2) scheme Assured Service Provider status for its incident response services. This means Solace has been assessed as capable of supporting organisations with common cyber attacks, such as ransomware. It provides valuable assurance to buyers of the high quality of Solace’s incident response services.”



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