Telecommunications (Security) Act 2021 – Statement
Statement of awareness of the Telecommunications Security Act 2021
The UK government has established the Telecommunications (Security) Act (TSA) which came into force on the 1st of October 2022. This framework establishes security standards designed to promote the resilience and integrity of core telecommunications networks in the UK.
As a supplier to telecommunications, technology providers, and end customers, Kubus understand that our security posture impacts our customers, and their supply chain.
For over two decades, Kubus has been empowering our customer’s businesses through smart technology decisions. Our mission is to be a flexible and trusted, expert partner, focused on delivering the right IT infrastructure, regardless of scale or location.
At Kubus, we strive to follow best practice cyber security controls and have achieved Cyber Essentials and ISO27001 certification. Kubus is engaged with strengthening our cyber security posture, by meeting compliance needs, enhancing security controls, and proactively using security measures to respond to risk, and security compromises.
We work to securely design, maintain, and update our operating procedures and services. We use these procedures and controls to mitigate any adverse effects of security compromises. All staff undergo regular cyber security, and information handling training. When Security incidents happen, they are reported to relevant authorities and customers.
Kubus is committed to work with all our customers, partners, and suppliers to ensure the security and resilience of the UK’s telecommunications network and services.