Cyber Essentials Plus

Evolution gains Cyber Essentials Plus Certification

Cyber Essentials is a UK government information assurance scheme operated by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) that encourages organisations to adopt good practice in information security. Evolution recognised the benefit across all businesses in certification to meet the expectations of our clients as a professional security company. With Cyber Essentials PLUS there is the additional requirement for an independent assessment of the company’s security controls, to verify that the 5 technical security controls are in place.

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Scotland Engineer wins EoT Award

Congratulations to Michael Battersby for is 1st place win at the Engineer of Tomorrow Awards at IFSEC 2019!

“EoT promotes engineering apprenticeships to young people interested in a career in the electronic security sector. The competition is fun and encourages their employers to appreciate them as a valuable asset within their organisations.”

Simon Banks, Founder and Group Managing Director, CSL

GSK win!

Evolution awarded major project at GSK Barnard Castle to carry out a site wide access control upgrade using CCure 9000 to the GSK corporate standard.

This includes installation of 21 iSTAR Ultra Controllers upgrading all readers to HID SE readers and standardisation of access control hardware, all while maintaining clean room interlocks.

Being a production site this work has to be done around a working site and with careful collaboration with the site project team.

Evolution are back at Canary Wharf

After an 18 year absence Evolution are back at Canary Wharf following the award of the first of many (hopefully) new build contracts. Richard Lambert said “we are really excited to be back at this amazing location after a long absence. Our first major project was at The Wharf in 1996 when we were only a small company of eight people, now we have over 125 staff all over the UK and Eire and we look forward to delivering some great work here.”