Cyber Security Project Support Packages

Need an extra helping hand or expertise with a particular project in mind?




Project packages

We acknowledge that, even with the best laid plans, it’s rare that an IT project goes perfectly to plan. With this in mind, we curated three project consultancy bundles based on complexity and scope of work rather than approximate days to complete the work. This means, you pay per project rather than per day of work.

Our open-minded approach to each new project along with our ability to listen and willingness to understand has served us well since our inception in 2007. Asking the right questions at the right time enables us to assess a project throughout its lifecycle, identify vital business functions and their dependencies and ensure that our customers business objectives are fully met.

Proceeding each IT project our consultants will create a detailed statement of work and project plan. Following the works, we will carry out a skills transfer session with your internal staff to ensure they are confident to manage your new solution day to day and then issue a completion certificate.

Each cyber security project will be fully scoped by our technical consultants to determine which package is most appropriate for the work. Wherever possible, our professional services team will work remotely and will endeavour to ensure the project is as seamless as possible for your team and end users. If required, our engineers can work out of hours for an additional cost.

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Our trusted partners

“Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and BlueFort’s relationship has spanned over ten years, working together on projects such as secure remote access, firewall refreshes and application delivery. We have had positive experiences working with BlueFort’s account management and technical teams.
BlueFort’s team of technical experts have been particularly helpful to us in reviewing the market for solutions to best fit our complex needs, then implementing and continually supporting us.”

Dan Persson, Deputy Director of ICT - Strategic Development at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust