Sure Business has partnered with two cyber security platforms, Cyber Tec Security and CultureAI.
Cyber Tec Security runs the UK government-backed cybersecurity certification Cyber Essentials, which gives participants a working knowledge of cybersecurity best practice and aims to equip them with the tools to protect their organisations.
CultureAI provides human risk management through a combination of coaching, automated interventions and 'nudges' which aim to empower users to prevent breaches and not cause them.
Paul Acton, Chief Business Officer at Sure Business, said of the partnership: "Our focus in 2023 will be on continuing to provide the latest and best cybersecurity technology and solutions for our customers.
"We know the importance of enabling small and medium enterprises especially to quickly adapt to using advanced software, and these new relationships will enrich our clients' experience."
Louise Ralston, Director of Operations at Cyber Tec Security, said: "We want to ensure the UK is one of the safest places to live and do business online, and our partnership with Sure Business allows us to expand this goal to reach other jurisdictions too."
James Moore, Chief Executive Officer at CultureAI, said: "This partnership helps us get our technology into the hands of Sure's clients to enable them to manage human risk much more effectively, reducing the likelihood of breaches whilst making employees feel more supported and secure both in and out of work."
Matt Palmer, Director of CERT.JE, said: "We are delighted to welcome Cyber Tec Security to the island as a Cyber Essentials certifying body... Inward investment by cyber security providers is a vote of confidence in the island and our ability to provide a secure and trusted environment for business."
Pictured top: Paul Acton Chief Business Officer at Sure Business.
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