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271021 Cybercrime Ready, Resilient & Responsive Webinar

SEPA Cyber Attack

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), which was hit by a ransomware incident on Christmas Eve, led a public webinar, Cybercrime: Ready, Resilient & Responsive which sought to communicate the ‘lessons learned’ to private, public and third sector organisations across Scotland. The webinar on Wednesday 27th October, gave a unique perspective into SEPA’s experience of a cyberattack. Speakers include SEPA, Police Scotland, the Scottish Government, and the National Cyber Resilience Advisory Board.

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