What we offer

IoT Security

IoT Security

Ioetec safeguards your entire IoT process from device to user as a fully automated service that is simple to implement and has no impact on the user operation.

Our software protects your IoT device, your user and your data so no one can gain unauthorised access to your networked systems, processes or data via your IoT estate.

Ioetec is a GCHQ cyber accelerator Alumni company which means you are assured our software and services have been scrutinized and validated by the UK’s own national security agency.

Securing the Internet of Everything

Securing the Internet of Everything

With increasing numbers of Internet connected devices gathering data on all aspects of our lives, as well as controlling physical devices which are Internet enabled, it is important that we protect these devices from tampering and that the Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability of data is assured.

Designing and Implementing security is a specialised area. Ioetec provide ready to go solutions for secure communications, as well as help and assistance with implementing good practices to enable companies to protect their data and systems against cybercrime.

Ioetec is an alumni of the GCHQ Cyber Accelerator and a founder member of LORCA, the London Office for Rapid Cybersecurity Advancement.

Information Assurance

Information Assurance

Cyber Essentials is a Government Scheme that helps you to guard against the most common cyber threats and demonstrate your commitment to cyber security.

IASME Governance was recently recognised as the best cyber security standard for small companies by the UK Government when in consultation with trade associations and industry groups. The IASME governance self-assessment and audited assessments includes Cyber Essentials as well as the requirements of GDPR.

Ioetec are a Cyber Essentials Certification Body and an IASME Governance Assessor.

Announcements

The importance of cyber security

Latest News

BBC News – Problems with pacemakers.

The Food and Drug Administration revealed that 465,000 pacemakers in the US were affected, in an advisory note about a fix to the problem. The pacemaker’s manufacturer, Abbott, told the BBC there were a further 280,000 devices elsewhere. The flaws could theoretically be used to cause the devices to pace too quickly or run down their batteries.

Meet The Team

Mark Davies

Mark Davies

MD / Co-founder
Mike Faulks

Mike Faulks

CTO / Co-founder
John Tolhurst

John Tolhurst

CCO
Pete Jones

Pete Jones

Chairman

Ioetec are working in partnership with many organisations to improve cyber security for IoT devices

Ioetec - Securing the Internet of Everything