It is therefore important that cyber safe messages are communicated in the right way for different audiences and from an authoritative source. By communicating the cyber basics effectively, we can support the development of a culture of cyber resilience and, at the same time, create the necessary conditions to ensure Scotland achieves its ambition of becoming a world-leading cyber resilient nation.
The Communication Toolkit will support you in developing an effective communication strategy whether to your workforce or out to stakeholders. You will find out how to communicate effectively, provide cyber resilience messages and resources, and signpost existing campaigns and key contacts for further advice and guidance.
The Scottish Government is clear it cannot achieve a strong, cyber-resilient Scotland on its own. We absolutely need the help of those who are better placed to talk to target audiences about cyber resilience. By consistently communicating the simple, protective behaviours outlined, we will help bridge the gap between awareness, action and, importantly, encourage the reporting of crime.Go to Toolkit
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Signposting NCSC Resources
As an influencer, you should consider appropriate signposting of NCSC guidance on an ongoing basis, as part of wider communications and engagement activities.
Some key NCSC resources that organisations should consider sharing with their stakeholders are:
The Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership (CiSP) is a joint industry and government initiative set up to exchange cyber threat information in real time, in a secure, confidential and dynamic environment, increasing situational awareness and reducing the impact on UK […]Read more