The CFF certification, overseen by The IASME Consortium – the UK government’s cyber-essentials partner – will provide customers, and those within an organisation’s supply chain, with the assurance that the most important counter fraud measures are in place, protecting their money and information.
“We are pleased to have Crossword working with us on this new initiative, as well as our recently launched IoT [Internet of Things] certification. Their Rizikon platform is proving easy to use and we are very happy to continue to grow our partnership with Crossword,” said Dr Emma Philpott, the chief executive officer (CEO) of the IASME Consortium.
Tom Ilube, the CEO of Crossword, said it was excellent to be involved in the roll-out of another innovative certification programme.
“The Government-backed Counter Fraud Fundamentals certification will help give customers confidence when choosing a provider, that they are well protected against fraud. Supporting this certification will also further strengthen our excellent relationship with IASME,” he said.