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Who we are

CSP Partners are a collective of cyber security specialists with an assemblage of leading CS industry certificates and years of training to enable us to provide you with the best in cyber security support.

Our Key Value Areas

  • Specialised professionals available for one to one advise
  • Dedicated support to truly understand your business
  • Our staff continuously undergo training and advanced qualifications
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Cyber security partnership services

Cyber Security Consultancy

Cyber Security Partnership’s Security Management as a Service (SMaaS) gives you an experienced, independent view of the security of your organisation’s cyber presence and IT services, whether these are internal or outsourced. On either an ad-hoc or retainer basis, our skilled consultants will advise and design controls to fit your business. Contact CSP Partners to learn more.

Security Management as a Service

Our objective is to work with our clients in order to ensure that the information you process and store is secured. We help you to address the security challenges that you face in an interconnected world by providing guidance and real-world experience on how to utilise technical and non-technical measures to effectively protect your information from a myriad of threats.

Certification and Compliance

Cyber Security Partnership (CSP) has extensive experience in providing Certification and Compliance support services to organisations both large and small, across the commercial, government and health sectors. Well-practiced in implementing security controls against a multitude of frameworks and has experience certifying organisations to a variety of security standards.

About CSP Partners

At Cyber Security Partnership (CSP) we specialise in the provision of Cyber Security Consultancy, Data Protection and Certification and Compliance services.

We work with clients to help address the security challenges presented by operating in an interconnected world.


We work with private sector and public sector clients, helping them to identify and protect their information assets, including personal, commercial and sensitive data.

 Security Management as a Service (SMaaS)
 Cyber Security Consultancy
 Certification and Compliance

What else we provide?

Unique Personalised Service

Every business is different so your security should be too.

Highly Trained Staff

The world of CS doesn't stop evolving, so we don't either.

Strategic Cyber Partnerships

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Free decryption tool could save victims millions in ransomware payments The wait for the victims of GandCrab is over: a new decryption tool has been released today for free on the No More Ransomdepository for the latest strand of GandCrab, one of the world’s most prolific ransomware to date. This tool

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88% of UK Businesses Surveyed Have Been Breached During the Last 12 Months

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UK Threat Report from Cybersecurity Firm Carbon Black Finds That 88% of UK Businesses Surveyed Have Been Breached During the Last 12 Months Reading, UK, 11th February 2019: Carbon Black (NASDAQ: CBLK), a leader in next-generation endpoint security delivered via the cloud, today released the results of its second UK Threat Report. The

Rethink Your Cyber Approach

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Think your online accounts are better protected than most people’s? You probably need a rethink. According to a new Google survey, most people are confident about their ability to protect their online accounts, yet many fail to take basic online security precautions such as regularly installing updates and using unique passwords.

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The financial industry and relentless cyber attacks.

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Financial institutions are under relentless cyber attacks, falling victim 300 times more frequently than businesses in other industries. The growth in volume and sophistication of cyber-threats, combined with tightening regulations, mean that financial institutions are having to step up their security significantly. Meeting contemporary cyber-threats head-on requires a high level of staff

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Stop Using Internet Explorer!

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Microsoft’s own security chief has warned millions of people who continue to use Internet Explorer as a default web browser are placing themselves in “peril”. The company, which first developed Internet Explorer in 1995, is no longer supporting new development for the web browser. Continued use of the software was potentially risky, according to Chris


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