Improve your GPG13 Compliance

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) provides practical measures to help government bodies meet their Protective Monitoring needs in Good Practice Guide No 13 (GPG13) and also on the GOV.UK site

UK Government organisations and agencies have clear responsibilities concerning the safe-keeping of information and the IT security of their systems. These standards span most areas of technology and are continuously reviewed. In general though, current requirements lean heavily towards providing comprehensive guidelines that then need to be applied in a proportional and risk-based manner across the public sector IT estate.

How to improve compliance to Good Practice Guide 13 (GPG13)

Our compliance guide shows how Huntsman supports UK government organisations meet the aims of GPG13 and related documentation by:
  • Combining requirements like security audits, forensic analysis and rule-based intrusion detection with advanced real-time behaviour anomaly detection
  • Managing, storing, analysing and reporting on logs and events within defined time scales
  • Monitoring and identifying suspicious activity, human or IT, across an IT network
Our compliance guide covers the following key concepts:
  • Government security requirements for protective monitoring
  • Real-time security threat detection for users, network, databases, applications and communications
  • Behaviour anomaly detection, baselining normal activity and detecting suspicious activity
  • Compliance and IT security policy monitoring and risk management
  • Forensics analysis, audit and investigations

Download the GPG13 Compliance Guide Overview