In early October, our sister company ICE published an article about website changes they were making. This was part of theICEway rebrand project. The ICE team work with the experienced software testers at eTestware. Our cyber security experts join them to make an ecosystem of specialist IT companies. Together we help clients in maritime and cruise, travel and healthcare and we are now making our own changes.

The more eagle-eyed amongst you will have no doubt noticed our new website header. If you visit our homepage, you will see more fantastic developments. You will now see the many different services, products and solutions we can help you with. Of course, our core efforts are in helping your own teams to take care of all your cyber security requirements.

Top Tip

As part of theICEway, our team supports technology projects, application managed service, cloud strategy and more. We adopt a security by design approach. Our experts are at the forefront of data protection initiatives, governance, compliance and certification. We are an official certification body backed by the UK Government. We also have a suite of services designed to reinforce your overall cyber resilience. Below are some examples of how we can help you by getting in touch with us today.

Cyber Essentials / Cyber Essentials Plus

These certification schemes are backed by the government. They are crucial for any organisation seeking to work on projects or contracts based around dealing with personal information. In today’s data-driven world, this represents the vast majority of them.

Cyber Essentials involves a detailed self-assessment. This is then certified by a qualified GCHQ Assessor. Cyber Essentials Plus requires the guidance and management of an official auditor. CRIBB Cyber Security is both a qualified GCHQ Assessor and an official auditor, and we can help.


In October 2020 we featured an article about the International Maritime Organisation’s latest requirements for on board cyber security measures. From the start of 2021, compliance with the International Safety Management Code is compulsory. There are some security frameworks that those in maritime can look to for guidance.

Unfortunately, however, these are not specific to the maritime and cruise industry; fortunately, we have developed one that is: CRIBB Maritime Cyber Assurance (CMCA).

Discover more about our wider range of services.