CTS recently obtained a cyber security certificate which shows the business has achieved a robust level of security that provides safe transferral of data in and out of the company.

Technology has become an increasingly integral aspect for CTS. From email correspondence and financial transactions, to professional networking and collaborative work documents, CTS rely on technology to be connected at all times and conduct work effectively.

The growth of the digital economy brings with it a growing number of cyber criminals using increasingly diverse and sophisticated attacks against businesses. Therefore, it is vital for more businesses to follow in the footsteps of CTS and introduce a robust, high level of cyber security.

An external security scan was carried out which scans any known weaknesses.  The recently acquired certificate protects the information that leaves CTS and information which is accepted must be of a certain level of encryption that has the least amount of known weaknesses ensuring confidential data is safe.

The certificate also entails that CTS follow a certain standard ensuring data is protected – such as password policies, access rights to certain locations etc.

CTS IT Systems Manger Joel pictured holding the recently acquired Cyber security certificate alongside Serena and Garren.

CTS has been successfully appointed to Multiparty Minor Building Works Frameworks for Public Service Bodies across the Republic of Ireland.

The framework covers County Carlow, Cavan, Cork, Dublin, Galway, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Limerick, Louth, Meath, Monaghan, Tipperary, Waterford, Westmeath, Wexford and Wicklow.

CTS Projects will create new jobs as part of the new contract, which builds on the ambitions of the business to expand to cover every part of the island.

The Minor Building Works Frameworks relate to works associated with the entire building maintenance to residential property including extensions, demolition, mechanical and electrical works

Eamonn Ryan, Managing Director said ‘We are delighted to get on this framework which builds on what we have achieved over the last four years on the delivery to five councils and many private councils. It is a credit to the team and testament to our ambitious.

This announcement comes on the back of recent success for CTS in being appointed to Fusion21’s Reactive Repairs & Maintenance and Empty Buildings Frameworks, worth a combined £290m over a four-year period.

CTS Projects continues to seize and embrace opportunities by expanding their offering right across the island of Ireland.

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