Introduction to Keeping your organisation safe from cybercrime
Want to know more about keeping yourself and others safe from cybercrime? Additional Resources section
Fraudsters are turning to more sophisticated ways to take your money, whether through online offers, emails or telephone calls. Can you outsmart them? Put your ability to spot a scam to the test with Take Five to stop Fraud’s quick quiz.
This short animation provides and overview of personal and organisational responsibilities for ensuring cybersecurity in your organisation and how you could be vulnerable to cyber attacks. It looks at why? and how? cyber attacks happen and gives ‘actionable advice on how to defend yourself and your organisation’ from cyber threats.
Cyber Aware is the UK government’s advice on how to stay secure online during coronavirus. Many of us are spending more time online. Keep yourself and your family secure by following our advice. Stay connected. Stay Cyber Aware.
Exercise in a Box is an online tool from the NCSC which helps organisations test and practise their response to a cyber attack. It is completely free and you don’t have to be an expert to use it.
Although fraud and cybercrime comes in many forms, there are some simple steps you can take to protect yourself.
Cyber crime continues to rise in scale and complexity, affecting essential services, businesses and private individuals alike. Cyber crime costs the UK billions of pounds, causes untold damage, and threatens national security.