Join us this Charity Fraud Awareness Week (18th-22nd October 2021) to learn how to protect your organisation from fraud and cybercrime. The latest report from UK Finance states that fraudsters have on average £4million PER DAY during the first half of 2021.
This FREE online event, hosted by OSCR in association with the Cyber Scotland Partnership, will have some great hints and tips on how you can avoid your charity or voluntary sector organisation becoming a victim.
With guest speak, Dave Carter, Head of Counter Fraud Management at the British Council.
Hosted by the OSCR in association with the Cyber Scotland Partnership.
Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) are encouraging organisations from across Scotland to sign up for one of their free ‘Exercise in a box’ online sessions. Exercise in a Box is an online tool from the NCSC which helps organisations test and […]
CyberFirst introduces young people with a passion for computing and technology to the fascinating world of cyber security. It is a programme of opportunities inspired and led by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), a part of GCHQ. Each course […]
Learn how to stay safe online at these short online free workshops. This session is delivered remotely and is available to all workers in Scotland. This is a great way to up your cyber security knowledge and confidence. You don’t […]
This year’s CyberFirst Girls Competition was a great success with over 6,000 entries from across the UK! And we’re not stopping there – girls that entered the 2020/2021 competition are now eligible to attend free Development Days and continue their […]
Join this live session where you’ll hear from Cheryl Torano, Business Development Manager at Abertay University: cyberQuarters and Mohammed Khan, Security Engineer at Adarma and find out more about the exciting careers in cyber security and what it’s like to work in this area.
Lead Scotland are pleased to be offering free training online this September to help people stay safe online.
They are also are offering free lunchtime ‘Training for Trainers’ sessions for practitioners, volunteers or others who support people with low digital confidence.