If you are a Parent or Carer you will no doubt have concerns about your child or young persons’ access to online activities. In this blog, we share guidance and resources for families to be better informed.
A webinar titled took place last month the topic of incident management planning. Guest speakers from the Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) and Sight Scotland spoke about how incident management plans can help prepare for a cyber incident and what to include in those plans.
NCSC have issued new guidance, the latest in a series of interventions to assist UK organisation to bolster their cyber defences in response to the situation in and around Ukraine.
CyberScotland’s ‘DIGI Ken’ adverts aim to raise awareness of steps that users can take to ensure they stay secure online.
Our devices contain more work, personal and financial data than ever before. Follow the NCSC guidance to protect yourself, your data and digital privacy.
Whether it’s a staycation or going abroad, it’s easy to forget that protecting your devices and keeping safe online should also be on your holiday checklist, so we have a few simple tips to support you when you’re away from home.
We are highlighting prevention, mitigation and support measures to protect from the threat of Conti Ransomware and to encourage individuals, sectors and organisations to protect and prepare against all types of Cyber-attacks.
NCSC’s Active Cyber Defence programme helps organisations protect their services from cyber attacks, manage incidents and improve their underlying security. The programme is intended to tackle the high-volume commodity attacks that affect people’s everyday lives and consists of several interventions […]
FREE online courses introducing young people to the world of cyber security and led by the National Cyber Security Centre.
CyberFirst Defenders, Futures and Advanced courses cover age groups from 14 to 17.