Trustmarque is on a mission to support and safeguard a world-class, modern education system within the UK. We’ve been working with teachers and education administrators for many years to raise the bar and reduce the burden with IT.
Our knowledge and expertise mean we understand exactly what you need to contribute to excellent outcomes in education. Through simple, safe and easy-to-use digital services, networking and hardware, we can help you to foster a world-class education system. And help you to engage the next generation in innovative technology.
Every day we help institutions like yours to succeed. Our solutions offer unparalleled cyber security, give your students confidence in your remote-learning tools and uphold your reputation in your parent and teacher community.
Leverage the latest technology trends and connected devices powering the classroom.
Design, build and optimise your perfect combination of public, hybrid, and private cloud.
Smoothwall empowers schools, colleges, and MATs to digitally safeguard their students.
Unlock the value from your OVS-ES, Campus Agreements and CSP licensing, ensuring you only pay for what you need.
Don’t be another headline from the education sector. Tap into our network of skills and take the necessary steps to protect your networks from attacks. Find out more and book a Cyber Security Workshop to uncover your risks and improve your security posture.
Recent cyber attacks appear to be taking advantage of system weaknesses such as unpatched software or poor authentication, which will severely affect the ability to operate and deliver services. Safeguarding your data through a comprehensive backup ensures that all education providers are protected against the effects of a possible cyber attack or ransomware infection.
Education outcomes matter, that’s why we only partner with the best tech providers to support your teaching impact.
The work with Trustmarque and LogPoint opened our eyes to what could and should be monitored. My advice would be don’t be selective in what you monitor. Monitor everything, even things like chip and PIN machines on your network need to be accounted for, not just computers in the library.”