Founded in 2008, Seven Stones has a track record of success in two macro areas; Bridging what is in most organisations, a light years wide gap between IT and Security, and; Cost savings in information risk management by the application of “old school” principles.
A vendor-driven, purely tactical approach to solving risk problems is guaranteed to fail in an expensive way. For example, organisations have invested heavily in vendor solutions to solve the prevalent ransomware problem, while ransomware cases are still on the rise. Seven Stones specialises in leveraging existing technology to meet information risk management challenges in multiple sectors:
• Finance • Insurance • Telecommunications • Government • Energy • Logistics • Healthcare • Education
Seven Stones has a track record of success in the following areas:
• Cloud migration (AWS, Google Cloud, MS Azure) • Network penetration testing • Architecture and engineering • Assistance for SMBs and fintechs • Devsecops (meeting Docker and Kubernetes security challenges) • Logging/detection (SIEM) • Security Operations • Threat and Vulnerability Management • Software Development
For a cheaper approach to information risk management in the healthcare industry, contact us for more details.
The 2021 Teacher Wellbeing Index, an annual report by charity Education Support in conjunction with YouGov, has found that teachers’ mental health is getting worse - not better - in several areas, compared to a year ago at the height of the Covid pandemic.
New Directions Education is appealing to teachers and education staff who may be retired or taking a break from the sector to go back to school and help address staffing shortages caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.