Better security outcomes, delivered.

Security decision-makers are deluged by information. The problem isn’t just that the threat keeps changing nor the immense number of security products out there – it’s because there is so much information, and so much of it is the same.


In a ‘saturated security market’ making the right choices to protect your data Crown Jewels can mean the difference between ‘following the latest technology trend’ and focussing the Board’s attention on the real security story. Often buyers feel unsure on which features to invest in, CIOs need things to better fit together and CISOs want users to make better security choices.


Alchemmy are passionate about driving better security performance. By evaluating the performance of your tools, people and SOC playbooks, we can show you what needs doing to achieve a better security outcome.


We bridge the gap between risk, incidents, tooling, security data and people to help organisations invest smartly in the right capability to unlock more value from your security investment. 

Security value

Valuable insight into the real-world performance of your security investments

Strategic fit

Clarity on where to spend money to improve resilience

Smarter choices

Practical thinking to get better value from existing security suppliers and new capabilities

Strategic Resilience Review

We assess your cyber preparedness not only against statutory regulation such as NIST 800-53 Security Controls or NCSC’s Cyber Assessment Framework (CAF), but also against digital responsibility and ethical business good practice. We validate  attacker behaviour using the AttackIQ breach simulation platform to validate your defences, identify gaps in coverage, and evidence your security posture.

Next, we then work with your SecOps team to automate the continuous validation of how your cyber defences should be tuned to stop intruders.

Technical Security Advice

We provide specialist architecture, risk assessment and CISO aaS to help clients better understand how security impacts their business. We use our experience of delivering enterprise-grade programmes with CNI clients to help your team strengthen security & resilience from digital investments.  We help verify how crown jewels data assets can be defended to focus attention on minimising risks and prioritise the actions needed to improve resilience.

Tooling Health Check

We use AttackIQ to verify the performance of your security tools. This evaluates your posture against the MITRE ATT&CK framework to mitigate vulnerability to known tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs). We can then advise you on how to achieve better security performance using vendor best practice and learning from real incidents.

Compliance, security gap analysis and maturity assessment

We blend proprietary security posture assessment capability with experience of ISO27001 and Cyber Essentials to help clients understand their current performance, identify gaps and opportunities for improvement relevant for your business.

Driving improvement actions at scale

Security transformation is often about managing multiple threads of activity. So we design roadmaps to plan your security journey. We then work with you to implement this as single change programme, governed by a Resilience Delivery Unit. The Unit will comprise a multi-disciplinary team capable of getting things done by joining the dots between threats, risks, incidents, technology, contracts and spending.

Our techies are experienced in solving the complex security issues that can bedevil legacy infrastructure and complex supplier landscapes. We are architects who design ‘security as code’ and incident responders who enjoy hunting threats across both cloud-based and on-premises infrastructure. Our business folk are savvy professionals who see things ‘end-to-end’ and focus on time/cost/quality outcomes.

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Alchemmy Executive Director Phil Aitchison explains in a blog with TechUK why, by investing in better Resilience, Boards also demonstrate their commitment to Digital Responsibility, and in doing so, support a whole-society approach which is central to the UK’s National Cyber Security Strategy to safeguard digital Britain.

Check out Phil’s post here.

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