Kaonix is delighted to have been selected by The Prince’s Trust to deliver the employability element of the new digital platform in the latest phase of their digital transformation. Kaonix is part of a diverse ecosystem of external partners which also includes ARM, Oracle, HPE, Atos and Capgemini.
Other key partners include JP Morgan, which develops the trust’s programme assessment for young people; RBS, which develops its enterprise programme; Deloitte, responsible for developing the charity’s mentor and young people matching scheme; and Accenture, which helps develop the employability programme.
Kaonix are now "Cyber Essentials" certified
Cyber Essentials is a government-backed cyber security
certification scheme that sets out a good baseline of cyber security suitable
for all organisations in all sectors. Cyber Essentials aims to help
organisations implement basic levels of protection against cyber attack,
demonstrating to their customers that they take cyber security seriously.
Since 1 October 2014, Cyber Essentials became a minimum requirement for
bidding for some government contracts
Kaonix are now also "IASME" certified and "GDPR Ready"
The IASME Governance standard was developed over several years during a Technology Strategy Board funded project to create a cyber security standard which would be an affordable and achievable alternative to the international standard, ISO27001. The standard allows the small companies in a supply chain to demonstrate their level of cyber security for a realistic cost and indicates that they are taking good steps to properly protect their customers information. IT IASME assessment includes a Cyber Essentials assessment and is available either as a self- assessment or on-site audit. Since the 1st March 2017, it has also included an optional assessment against the GDPR requirements.