Learn how to protect yourself or your small business online with the Cyber Aware Action Plan. Answer a few questions on topics like passwords and two-factor authentication, and get a free personalised list of actions that will help you improve your cyber security.
Guidance is designed to help organisations protect themselves in cyberspace. It breaks down the task of defending your networks, systems and information into its essential components, providing advice on how to achieve the best possible security in each of these areas.
An online tool 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. It includes two exercises, a technical simulation and a table-top exercise. You just need to register for an account.
Boards are pivotal in improving the cyber security of their organisations. The Board Toolkit has been designed to help board members get to grips with cyber security and know what questions they should be asking their technical experts.
Your staff are your first line of defence against a cyber attack. The NCSC has developed an e-learning training package ‘Stay Safe Online: Top Tips for Staff’ to help educate your staff on a range of key areas including phishing, using strong passwords, securing your devices and reporting incidents.
The ACD programme seeks to reduce the harm from commodity cyber attacks by providing tools and services, free at the point of use, that protect against a range of cyber security threats. Tools included Protective Domain Name Service (PDNS), Web Check, Mail Check, Host Based Capability (HBC), Logging Made Easy (LME), Vulnerability Disclosure, The NCSC's Early Warning service, Suspicious Email Reporting Service (SERS), The NCSC Takedown Service and MyNCSC.
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