Digital Voices is Data Protected 🔒
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Digital Voices is Data Protected 🔒

Shannice Baynes
Shannice Baynes

We are proud to announce that Digital Voices is now Cyber Essentials certified! This Government backed scheme ensures data and IT systems are secured by implementing fundamental measures to protect businesses from cyber-attacks.

As we grow and develop our internal data tools and IT infrastructures we continue to commit our expertise to guarantee a high level of cyber security by implementing industry-standard regulations.

“Cyber Essentials is a government-backed and industry-supported scheme to protect organisations against cyber threats. Achieving this certification demonstrates a company’s commitment to online security, measured in five key areas. This scheme is also a mandatory requirement for many public sector and government contracts.
By completing and maintaining Cyber Essentials, we lower the risk of common cyber attacks and protect the security of Digital Voices, as well as assuring our current and future clients that their data protection and information security is of utmost importance to us. ” - Melissa Lacey, IT Operations Manager

This is one of many initiatives that Digital Voices is investing in for a secure and sustainable future for the agency. If you would like to know more or have an Influencer Marketing campaign in mind, get in touch with us.

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