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Dionach join the CAA Assure Scheme – Extending our services In the Aerospace sector
05/09 – 09/09
Oxford, United Kingdom: Dionach are pleased to announce we are now one of a select number of organisations accredited with the Civil Aviation Authority and CREST, to further extend our cyber security services to the Aviation sector. Originally launched in January 2020, the CAA ASSURE accreditation provides a third-party cybersecurity audit model for the Aerospace industry, enabling organisations to manage their cyber security risks without compromising aviation safety, security or resilience whilst ensuring compliance with applicable regulations.
Dionach’s ASSURE team have a solid history of experience working with civil aviation and other transport sectors, delivering safe audits of critical Operational Technology (OT) and Process Control Networks (PCNs). It is hoped the new partnership with CAA ASSURE will further strengthen our relationship with the Aerospace sector and enhance the level of services we provide to Aviation organisations.
The benefits of this new partnership include:
- Dionach has been accredited through the CAA ASSURE process and will ensure they meet the standards set out by CAA, as well as any additional requirements companies might have.
- Aerospace organisations can gain assurance of their self-assessments and utilise the audit report to demonstrate cyber security posture.
- Aerospace organisations can more easily identify areas to remediate and Dionach can help with recommendations.
Dionach is an independent, CREST approved global provider of information security solutions.
With a twenty-year track record delivering insight-led cyber security services to organisations worldwide, we are the ideal partner to strengthen your cyber resilience, mitigate risk and safeguard your most valuable information assets right across the enterprise.
We are proud to be ISO 27001 certified, a PCI Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) and one of just 22 companies worldwide to hold the status of PCI Forensic Investigator (PFI). This testifies to the industry leading competence of our technical specialists and our dedication to achieving the highest possible standards in service delivery.
Over 200 public and private sector organisations worldwide currently entrust their cyber security to our expanding global team.
CREST is an international not-for-profit accreditation and certification body that represents and supports the technical information security market.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is the statutory corporation which oversees and regulates all aspects of civil aviation in the United Kingdom. Its areas of responsibility include supervising the issuing of pilots’ licences, testing of equipment, calibrating of navaids, and many other inspections (Civil Aviation Flying Unit), managing the regulation of security standards, including vetting of all personnel in the aviation industry (Directorate of Aviation Security), and overseeing the national protection scheme for customers abroad in the event of a travel company failure (Air Travel Organisers’ Licensing – ATOL). The CAA is a public corporation of the Department for Transport, liaising with the government via the Standards Group of the Cabinet Office.
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