Tinsley Bridge has successfully achieved the Cyber Essentials Award

5th December 2017

Cyber Essentials is a UK government accreditation designed to help businesses stay secure.

Every day there are cyber-attacks against companies. In response, Tinsley Bridge has introduced the Cyber Essentials standard to manage these risks and protect IT systems from external threats. As well as providing assurance that digital information is well protected within the company, Cyber Essentials technology has wider benefits, which are achieved by facilitating improved efficiency and enhanced competitiveness using the advanced IT systems installed at Tinsley Bridge. Barry Cunliffe, Tinsley Bridge Finance Director, said -Tinsley Bridge work with companies operating in global markets and with national governments who expect their partners to take IT security seriously. The Cyber Essentials certificate provides the assurance that all of our systems meet the highest standards. You can view Tinsley Bridge's Cyber Essentials Certificate of Compliance here. About Tinsley Bridge The Tinsley Bridge Group today is a highly accredited, award winning engineering and manufacturing business with a reputation for meeting demanding quality and reliability requirements in the automotive, nuclear, rail, defence, renewables, machine knives and energy sectors. Our precision forging and heat treatment capabilities are sought by highly diverse industry sectors, where the company's experience and innovative design led technologies are highly valued and respected. Manufacture and development work is supported by an in-house metallurgical laboratory and on-site metallurgists. Significant in-house engineering design and test capability is enhanced by access to cutting edge research and design programmes run by industry leading organisations. To learn more about Tinsley Bridge please visit https://www.tinsleybridge.co.uk/

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