Door and Hardware Federation achieves cyber certification

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The Door and Hardware Federation (DHF) has achieved Cyber Essentials certification.

This is an effective, government-backed scheme supported by the National Cyber Security Centre that helps protect an organisation, whatever its size, against a variety of the most common cyber attacks.  

Patricia Sowsbery-Stevens, DHF’s Commercial Director, said: “Cyber attacks come in all shapes and sizes, but the vast majority are very basic in nature and undertaken by relatively unskilled individuals. Effectively, they are the digital equivalent of a thief trying your front door to see if it’s unlocked. Certified cyber security reassures our members that we are working to secure our IT against cyber attack – and fundamentally protecting their data.”

Certification enables DHF to work on larger-scale projects and with public sector organisations. It is required for many government and public sector contracts, making it a key driver of business growth.

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