IASME offers a range of effective and affordable cyber security and counter fraud certifications including: Cyber Essentials – the Government approved scheme that includes five technical controls that help protect organisations of all sizes from the majority of commodity cyber […]

CyberUK 2022

The NCSC’s flagship event, CYBERUK 2022, took place 10-11 May at ICC Wales, Newport. Keynote speeches are available to watch on the CYBERUK YouTube Channel.

Digital Spring Clean

Actions that can be taken by organisations and individuals to mitigate cyber risks as part of an annual “Digital Spring Clean”.

Technical Bulletin April 2022

The CyberScotland Technical Bulletin will provide you with information about updates, exploits and countermeasures.

• Microsoft Patch Tuesday

• New SolarMarker Malware Variant Using Revised Methods to Stay Under the Radar

• Critical Auth Bypass Bug Reported in Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Software

• Critical VMware Cloud Director Bug Could Let Hackers Takeover Entire Cloud Infrastructure

April 2022

The CyberScotland Bulletin will provide you with information about the latest cyber threats, scams, news and updates.

This month’s topics include:
• Cyber Aware campaign

• Scottish charity falls victim to cyber attack

• Cadbury chocolate scam

• Rising costs of living and more..

Heightened Cyber Risk for the Third Sector

In light of the recent destructive cyber attacks including the Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) Cyber Incident, the Scottish Government’s Cyber Resilience Unit will be hosting a webinar for third sector organisations to discuss the current cyber threats and […]

Practical steps to help secure your most important accounts

The NCSC has just launched its latest Cyber Aware campaign which provides actionable advice on defending digital assets against the very real threat of online scams and hacking. Securing your most important accounts begins with following two simple steps.

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