In these unusual and uncertain times, we’d like to reassure all of our clients that it is business as usual at Secarma. Despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, we’re still able to provide organisations with the usual high standard of cybersecurity solutions.


As the global Covid-19 pandemic continues to cause disruption for buisnesses, we understand why customers may be concerned. However, we want to assure our clients that it’s business as usual at Secarma. With a strong workforce, already equipped and prepared to work remotely, it was an obvious decision to station our office staff at home, in a secure and productive environment.

As the health, safety and wellbeing of our employees and clients are our biggest priority, we have chosen to postpone onsite work until further notice. Secarma can still carry out the majority of onsite cybersecurity testing without our consultants leaving their home, and we are working with customers on remote solutions to suit each individual organisation’s requirements. We continue to provide all other services as normal, to the highest of standards.

With these ever-changing and uncertain times, businesses are being asked to continually adapt to the circumstances, making it more important than ever, to ensure that your business maintains a robust security posture. Our team of experts are ready to discuss any concerns you may have and to help defend your most critical infrastructure and data with our security solutions.

For more information about how we’re handling the Covid-19 pandemic, and how we can collaborate with your security team and business overall, contact a member of our dedicated team.


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