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Incident Management

The NCSC defines a cyber security incident as:

  • A breach of a system’s security policy in order to affect its integrity or availability
  • The unauthorised access or attempted access to a system

Cyber incidents can take many forms, such as denial of service, malware, ransomware or phishing attacks.

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Cyber Resilience Framework

Provide a common, effective way for Scottish public sector organisations to assess their cyber resilience arrangements, identify areas of strength and weakness, gain reasonable confidence that they are adhering to minimum cyber resilience requirements, and take decisions on how/whether to […]

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