Cybersecurity Compliance

Our carefully curated portfolio of solutions help with adherence to industry regulations, standards, and laws related to cybersecurity and data protection.


Adhering to compliance frameworks

The increased reliance on technology for businesses to run optimally means more opportunities for cyber criminals to take advantage of. To mitigate this risk and help companies to better protect themselves and their data, Government organisations and agencies have built a number of cybersecurity compliance frameworks that regulate online practices, policies, and controls.

By meeting cybersecurity compliance requirements and framewoks, businesses can ensure they follow best practice and adhere to regulations which protect sensitive information and prevent cyber threats.


Our Compliance Vendors

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Compliance Frameworks in Focus


Navigating the sheer complexity and volume of frameworks can be daunting. We turned our focus to these industry frameworks to build the foundation of good cybersecurity practice.

DORA - Digital Operational Resilience Act
NIS2 - Network & Information Security Directive
NIST CSF - National Institute of Standards & Technology - Cybersecurity Framework
Cyber Essentials & Cyber Essentials +

Why Cybersecurity Compliance Matters


By adhering to these key cybersecurity frameworks not only will you be meeting the legislative requirements, you'll see the benefits in other areas too.

Legal Requirements
Many industries and jurisdictions have specific laws and regulations mandating the protection of sensitive data. Compliance with these laws, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Data Operational Resilience Act (DORA), or the Network and Information Security Directive (NIS2), is essential to avoid legal penalties and fines.
Customer Trust
Demonstrating compliance with cybersecurity standards builds trust with customers, partners, and stakeholders. It assures them that your business takes data security seriously and is committed to protecting their information.
Risk Mitigation
Is an authentication process that allows a user to access multiple applications or systems with a single set of login credentials (such as username and password).
Data Protection
Compliance frameworks often include specific requirements for securing sensitive data, such as encryption, access controls, and regular risk assessments. Adhering to these guidelines helps ensure the confidentiality and integrity of your organisation's data.
Business Reputation
A data breach can have severe consequences for a company's reputation. Being compliant with cybersecurity standards demonstrates a commitment to security best practices, which can mitigate reputational damage in the event of a cyber incident.
Global Operations
For businesses operating across borders, compliance with international cybersecurity standards is crucial. Adhering to global regulations ensures a consistent and standardised approach to cybersecurity, especially when dealing with the data of customers or partners in different regions.
Financial Impact
Non-compliance can result in significant financial penalties, legal fees, and regulatory sanctions. The financial repercussions of a data breach or failure to meet cybersecurity standards can be substantial, making compliance a cost-effective investment in risk management.
Competitive Advantage
Many customers and partners prioritise working with organisations that demonstrate a commitment to cybersecurity and compliance. Achieving and maintaining compliance can serve as a competitive differentiator, giving your business an edge in the market.
Legal Requirements
Many industries and jurisdictions have specific laws and regulations mandating the protection of sensitive data. Compliance with these laws, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Data Operational Resilience Act (DORA), or the Network and Information Security Directive (NIS2), is essential to avoid legal penalties and fines.
Customer Trust
Demonstrating compliance with cybersecurity standards builds trust with customers, partners, and stakeholders. It assures them that your business takes data security seriously and is committed to protecting their information.
Risk Mitigation
Is an authentication process that allows a user to access multiple applications or systems with a single set of login credentials (such as username and password).
Data Protection
Compliance frameworks often include specific requirements for securing sensitive data, such as encryption, access controls, and regular risk assessments. Adhering to these guidelines helps ensure the confidentiality and integrity of your organisation's data.
Business Reputation
A data breach can have severe consequences for a company's reputation. Being compliant with cybersecurity standards demonstrates a commitment to security best practices, which can mitigate reputational damage in the event of a cyber incident.
Global Operations
For businesses operating across borders, compliance with international cybersecurity standards is crucial. Adhering to global regulations ensures a consistent and standardised approach to cybersecurity, especially when dealing with the data of customers or partners in different regions.
Financial Impact
Non-compliance can result in significant financial penalties, legal fees, and regulatory sanctions. The financial repercussions of a data breach or failure to meet cybersecurity standards can be substantial, making compliance a cost-effective investment in risk management.
Competitive Advantage
Many customers and partners prioritise working with organisations that demonstrate a commitment to cybersecurity and compliance. Achieving and maintaining compliance can serve as a competitive differentiator, giving your business an edge in the market.

Not sure which frameworks relate to you or what technologies you need to help with cybersecurity compliance?

Book a discovery call with one of our Cybersecurity experts.


How Do We Partner With Ignition?


We are keen to work with like-minded partners that are looking to drive business and successful outcomes for their customers. If you are a VAR interested in any of the technologies across our portfolio, get in touch with our team today.


Become a Partner

1How do I become an Ignition Technology Partner or VAR?
You can get in touch with us by clicking on the Become a Partner button or via the information on our Contact Us page. Once we receive your request, we’ll get one of Channel specialists to contact you and take you through our onboarding process.
2What support does Ignition Technology offer Partners or VARs?
At Ignition Technology, we work as an extension of your team. Whether you need support with sales & product training, pre-sales services, go-to-marketing & lead-gen campaigns, or implementation, our team is ready to help you identify & convert opportunities across our portfolio.
3Why partner with Ignition Technology?
Nobody knows cloud & Saas cybersecurity solutions like we do. Our team understands the intricacies of the industry, the complexities of the technologies in the market, and are committed to developing and supporting the channel.
4How long does it take to become a Partner?
No two VARs are the same. Once our team has made contact with you and understood your requirements, we’ll build out an onboarding programme that is unique to you and the vendors that you would like to sell. The programme will include a short qualification process and if successful will be followed by dedicated enablement sessions. You could be transacting in a matter of weeks.
5How do I transact through Ignition Technology?
We work closely with our Vendors and will support you in protecting your opportunities by registering your deals. We will follow up, keeping you informed every step of the way.

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