CyberScotland’s ‘DIGI Ken’ adverts aim to raise awareness of steps that users can take to ensure they stay secure online.
We are proud to be supporting Take Five to Stop Fraud with their campaign, The Art of Impersonation. Criminals are experts at impersonating people and organisations we trust, such as the police, your bank, a delivery or utility company, friends […]
This week is Scottish Apprenticeship Week. Whether you’re looking to improve your long-term talent pipeline or address skills gaps, the Scottish apprenticeship programme offers flexible options to suit your business needs. Employers can use apprenticeships to attract new talent or […]
We are proud to be supporting Take Five to Stop Fraud with their campaign, The Business Cost Of Fraud. In the first half of 2021 businesses saw losses of £59.2 million. Businesses are a target for criminals as their accounts […]
CyberScotland Week, Scotland’s annual week-long festival of events on cyber awareness, cyber careers, and innovation in cyber security, is to return next year. Running for its fourth year, CyberScotland Week is taking place from 28th February – 6th March 2022. […]
We are proud to be supporting the Take Five to Stop Fraud campaign this Take Five Week. Criminals are experts at impersonating people, organisations and the police so it can be difficult to spot scam texts, emails and phone calls. […]
#ScamWatch Week 2021 – 30th August – 5th September With information being more readily available online, and methods of contact being more accessible, scammers are in a better position than ever to engage with us. The more vulnerable members of […]