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Information Risk Management & Security ConsultantsAristi provides independent information security consultancy to public and private sector organisations to help in the identification and management of information risks. Our approach is based on experience and expertise of real world business problems and delivery of pragmatic, appropriate and cost effective solutions.
We have many years of experience in providing information assurance and risk management services to central government departments, local authorities, emergency services and private sector organisations.
We believe in building strong partnerships with our clients and being seen as trusted security advisers.
Our cyber security consultants have extensive knowledge of information security standards and are able to draw on practical experience to help clients protect vital information assets in line with National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) guidance and industry best practice.
Our range of services include:
Aristi is a Platinum member of the BSI Associate Consultant Programme and can help in the development of Information Security Management Systems for certification against the standard and provide ongoing support for maintaining compliance. Our BSI trained ISO/IEC 27001:2013 Lead Auditors can provide independant audits to help prepare organisations for formal certification.
As a Cyber Essentials Certification Body, we can help clients to achieve compliance with Cyber Essentials to reduce the risk of cyber attacks.
We can also provide security awareness training for staff and for specialist IA roles such as Senior Information Risk Owners (SIROs), Accreditors and Information Asset Owners (IAOs). Our training can be tailored to your specific requirements and delivered on site or at our training facilities in Birmingham.
Aristi won the Information Security Project of the Year award at the SC Awards Europe 2013. The company was up against KPMG, Barclaycard, Electronic Arts and RandomStorm.
The project was the Secure Information Interchange Programme (SIIP) which was set up to connect a number of Fire & Rescue Services in the South West of England to the Public Services Network (PSN) to enable collaboration and data sharing between the FRSs and with the wider public sector.
In partnership with Scottish business technology company Amor Group, Aristi has been working with Avon, Wiltshire, Devon & Somerset, Dorset and Cornwall FRSs to raise the FRSs' policies, procedures, systems, governance and IT infrastructure up to the stringent requirements of UK Government standards.