Cyber advice, guidance and support
The National Cyber Resilience Leaders Board is examining systems of advice, support and response around cyber resilience in Scotland. The aim is to:
- make it easier for individuals and businesses to access advice and support to prevent cyber-attacks
- make sure there are robust systems of response are in place when cyber-attacks succeed
There are currently several ways that individuals, small businesses or large organisations can get cyber resilience advice and support, and report cyber crime.
Guidance for individuals and small businesses
- mygov.scot's Guide to Staying Safe Online
- mygov.scot's Guide to Keeping Your Business Safe Online
- Cyber Aware: a UK initiative designed to make good cyber security habits second nature for individuals and small businesses
- Get Safe Online: a UK website offering free expert personal and business advice
Guidance for large organisations
The National Cyber Security Centre provides support and incident management response to the most critical organisations in the UK, in both the public and private sectors.
Reporting cyber incidents
Members of the public experiencing cyber crime should contact Police Scotland.
Organisations experiencing cyber crime should contact the National Cyber Security Centre.