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Scottish Business Resilience Centre

When responding to a cyber incident, preparation is key. At this webinar you’ll learn how to use our Cyber Incident Response Pack to plan the steps your business should take if you are involved in a cyber attack or data breach.

The Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) has released a Cyber Incident Response Pack to help organisations plan their steps. SBRC is a partner in CyberScotland, a group of key organisations who are working together to improve cyber resilience across Scotland.

In this webinar, we will

  • introduce the Cyber Incident Response Pack
  • learn how these documents will help your organisation plan your response to a cyber incident
  • hear why this will benefit your organisation

Hear guest speakers from Police Scotland and legal company CMS on the benefits of good incident management.

This webinar is best suited for small organisations and charities who don’t have in house incident response teams or are looking to create an incident response plan.

Download the cyber incident response pack here: https://www.cyberscotland.com/developing-an-incident-response-plan/

Join our session to help plan your response to a cyber attack.

Book here (zoom registration link) 26th October, 10am – 11am

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