TeraByte Celebrates 5th Birthday Confirming New Partnership


Cyber Security company TeraByte IT Limited are celebrating their 5th Anniversary in Darlington, County Durham, after moving to the area 2 years ago as a strategic business decision. TeraByte chose Darlington in no small part for to the great transport links to London and Scotland as well as the East and West Coast. The ongoing development opportunities and nearby Business Parks; with Newton Aycliffe now overtaking Team Valley as the biggest in the UK, meant the area was, and still is, very attractive to the cyber security business.

As part of the plans for growth, TeraByte achieved certification through the Cyber Essentials Scheme with IASME governance. TeraByte then went on to become a certification body with IASME and we have promoted them in return through the Cyber Security sector.

TeraByte can assist businesses with a route to compliance in order to meet the minimum mandatory requirements of GDPR or the General Data Protection Regulation. This new legislation replaces the Data Protection Act on 25th May 2018 and applies to all businesses in an effort to help against the increasing cyber-attacks businesses face. A combination of free workshops and seminars has held TeraByte in good stead offering advice and assistance to businesses making the necessary choices for their own journey to compliance.

As a market leader in the field, TeraByte have carefully aligned themselves with the right partners as part of their future plans.

TeraByte are delighted to celebrate their 5th Anniversary by confirming partnership with SITS/Pivotal Group who are based at Cramlington.

Laura Dempsey, Managing Director of TeraByte said ‘At TeraByte we demand excellence and as such, after they approached us initially, we are extremely pleased to have found that SITS/Pivotal Group have exceeded all of our expectations. We are very honoured to be accepted by them in return as we see excellence within them across the board. We look forward to the opportunities this new venture brings to the area and are very pleased with the increased service offering our clients can enjoy’.




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