As well as taking quality in chemical manufacturing very seriously, we also take IT- and cyber-related quality seriously. Part of this means we’ve been working towards getting Cyber Essentials certified.

What is Cyber Essentials?

Cyber Essentials is a scheme backed by the government that helps organisations protect themselves against the risk of cyber attacks.

It’s a self-assessed scheme that means organisations are less vulnerable to the most common types of cyber threats. It’s also a marker to cyber criminals that the organisation has cyber-related technical controls in place to prevent attacks.

Why has ReAgent got Cyber Essentials?

Being Cyber Essentials certified helps us ensure that our network, systems, and data are protected against unauthorised access, hacking, and data loss. 

By training our staff and upgrading our cyber policies and procedures, we ensure that all data we hold is secure. This also helps us protect our business against financial fraud, malware and ransomware attacks, ID theft, and damage to our hardware and reputation.

What does having Cyber Essentials mean for our customers?

Cyber Essentials helps us to protect customer data. This means that our customers can be confident that all the information we hold is safe and secure. Data is protected by the procedures and policies our Cyber Essentials certification maintains.

ReAgent’s future cyber-related plans

At ReAgent, we’ll continue to keep up to date with the latest cyber security, network security, and data protection rules and advice. We will do this to keep our internal policies and procedures up to date and effective, as well as protecting our customer data in the best way possible.


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