IASME has created the Cyber Essentials Knowledge Hub to provide a central, up-to-date source of reliable information. This resource will grow and evolve year on year, with additional content being added to answer questions and help you find the information you need.
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.
To kick off CyberScotland Week 2024 CyberScotland’s DIGI Ken? campaign has returned showcasing three new videos focused on password safety and securing data.
The new DIGI Ken? videos are based on the NCSC’s Cyber Aware guidance related to backing up your data, saving passwords in your browser or using a password manager and the importance of using a strong and separate password for your email.
CyberScotland Summit 2023 welcomed a sell-out 250 delegates to Edinburgh in the final week of European Cyber Security Month. Based around the themes of collaboration, diversity and cyber resilience, delegates heard from a stellar line up of speakers covering everything from a global perspective on the threats, and opportunities, of advancing AI technology to how we can work together to encourage more young people into the cyber security arena from the earliest stage
During Cyber Security Awareness Month, CyberScotland’s DIGI Ken adverts offer a valuable resource that aims to promote awareness of steps that users can take to ensure that they stay secure online.
With the upcoming semester on the horizon, many students are preparing for their first year at university or college. Whether you’re a returning student or a newcomer, it is vital to check that you have the right safeguards in place to protect yourself and your data online.
Shadow IT refers to the use of unknown assets in an organisation without the knowledge or approval of the IT department.
The NCSC has published new guidance on how to identify and reduce the levels of shadow IT in your organisation
The ACD programme seeks to reduce the harm from commodity cyber attacks by providing tools and services that protect from a range of attacks.
The ACD report provides a comprehensive overview of all the services offered by the ACD program
In the fast moving ever-changing landscape of cyber, it’s crucial to stay up-date and informed with the latest cyber news.
To address this need the Scottish Government began producing the CyberScotland Bulletin, which has just reached 1500 subscribers.
The CyberScotland Partnership would like to invite proposals for grant funded activity which delivers progress on specific aims and outcomes of the Strategic Framework for a Cyber Resilient Scotland.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), a part of GCHQ, announced that its free CyberFirst courses are now open for registration to introduce Scottish students with a passion for technology to the fascinating and fast-paced world of cyber security
CyberScotland partner Cyber and Fraud Centre – Scotland has released a new cyber strategy guide for small organisations.
A comprehensive cyber security strategy is crucial to protect organisations, individuals, and governments from devastating cyber attacks.