PGI’s Incident Response Service approved by CREST

21 Jul 2016

PGIâs Incident Response Service approved by CREST

PGI is pleased to announce that its Computer Incident Response service (CIRT) has been approved by the CREST CSIR program.

CREST only lists services that have been rigorously vetted to prove that they will be carried out by qualified individuals with up to date knowledge, skill and competence of the latest vulnerabilities and techniques used by cybercriminals. 

Cyber incident response services provided under CREST are also supported by comprehensive codes of conduct for both the company and individual. 

By being listed on the site, PGI has shown that it has met the stringent criteria set by CREST and has ensured the quality of its incident response services and proven that it has adhered to audited policies, processes and procedures.  These measures provide a significant level of protection for any organisation procuring these types of services.

CREST requires a rigorous assessment of member companies’ business processes, data security and security testing methodologies, CREST member companies have a demonstrated a level of assurance that their information security methodologies are able to provide their clients with a robust assessment of their information security posture.

PGI’s Computer Security Incident Response Service is a deployable capability that monitors, detects and solves an organisations privacy and security breaches with maximum efficiency to ensure minimum damage.

For more information on the services and training offered by PGI give us a call on 0207 887 2699 or email us at

Should you be subject to a security incident and require assistance please feel free to call the Cyber Incident Helpline on 0145 445 1801.

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