User CIO Security Assessments

2nd and 3rd Year User CIO Security Assessments

The Verification User Security Assessment (VUSA) and Self-Assessments are to ensure the commitments made by market shareholders in previous audits, under the Smart Energy Code (SEC) have been and will continue to be fully met.

From our extensive experience in assisting all User Type roles for SEC Parties with their CIO audits as well as cyber legislations, such as the Directive on Security of Network and Information systems (NIS) and the Cyber Assessment Framework (CAF), provides invaluable support in the high demands across the energy sector. From this experience, we can help to identify any gaps you may have as you prepare for the CIO audit.

For more information on your 2nd or 3rd Year audit and how Gemserv can help you, please take a look at the flyer relevant to your assessment year below:

If you have any questions or would like to request our services please fill out the form below or email bd@gemserv.com

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