Welcome to CyberScotland

The best place to find up to the minute cyber services information across Scotland.

The CyberScotland Partnership is a collaborative leadership approach to focus efforts on improving cyber resilience across Scotland.

The Scottish Governments key strategic stakeholders have come together in a formal partnership arrangement to drive the delivery of activities that will achieve the outcomes of The Strategic Framework for a Cyber Resilient Scotland.

Section CyberScotland Week set to tackle increasing instances of cyber crime 

CyberScotland Week set to tackle increasing instances of cyber crime 

With instances of cyber crime and fraud on the rise, the CyberScotland Partnership is preparing to launch a week of events aimed at engaging the country’s businesses, organisations and individuals with cyber security and awareness.

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CyberScotland Week launches DIGI Ken? campaign to highlight online safety risks for adults

With CyberScotland Week around the corner, a social media campaign has launched to bring attention to the common pitfalls of cyber safety. With only 26% of adults following advice to use three random words in their passwords, the campaign, created by the CyberScotland Partnership, aims to raise awareness of common mistakes people make in relation to their passwords, backing up data and using a password manager. 

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Advice & Guidance

The tools and guidance you need to improve your organisation’s cyber resilience. This advice reduces the likelihood of becoming a victim to cyber crime. Or in the event on an attack, how to better handle it and limit its impact.

Incident Response

The NCSC defines a cyber incident as unauthorised access (or attempted access) to an organisation’s IT system/s. These may be malicious attacks such as denial of service attacks, malware infection, ransomware or more commonly phishing attacks.

Skills & Careers

The cyber security industry continues to grow rapidly with many new and exciting jobs emerging all the time

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