As more aspects of our lives now involve being online, malware and viruses are a fact of modern online life, so it’s not just a security concern for organisations and businesses. In this blog, we look at how you can protect your devices from malware and viruses.
We caught up with Chris Pinder, to discuss how he got into the field of cyber security and what advice he would give to aspiring cyber security professionals who may be considering this career path. Tell us a bit about […]
It’s that time of year when we are busy organising the CyberFirst Girls’ Competition with registration opening on the 26th of September. It would be great to see your school sign up again to take part. As a reminder, the […]
Scotland is hosting a major industry gathering on October 27 focused solely on cyber security, as online attacks on organisations in Scotland reach a record high. Keynote speakers include Britain’s most senior cyber government official Lindy Cameron, CEO of the […]
A new guide to cyber crime training for employees is available now on the CyberScotland website, free to download by any Scottish organisation and its staff. The online resource is a comprehensive explanation of the most common cyber attacks and […]
CyberScotland partner Scottish Business Resilience Centre has released a new staff induction document titled ‘An Introduction to Cyber Security’. This free online resource, developed by ethical hackers at SBRC, provides easily accessible cyber security guidance, helping you to understand common […]
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.
CyberScotland’s ‘DIGI Ken’ adverts aim to raise awareness of steps that users can take to ensure they stay secure online.
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 […]