Justice and Safety

Help Shape Scotland’s Cyber Resilience Strategy

July 23, 2015 by No Comments | Category Cybercrime

The Cyber Resilience Unit is currently running a consultation on a Cyber Resilience Strategy for Scotland.  This consultation is running until 28th August 2015.

There is little doubt that the internet and mobile technologies continue to transform the way we go about our business. The opportunities available in the digital world are clear to all.  However, our increasing dependence on cyberspace has brought new risks from criminals who seek to exploit this and related technological advances.
Cyber-attacks can happen to any organisation no matter of size.  The Scottish Government recognises that the ability to prepare for, respond to, and recover from a cyber-attack, protecting the integrity of markets and supporting consumer confidence, is crucial.  It is therefore running a public consultation and is seeking views from individuals and organisations, across all sectors, on how Scotland can become even more resilient to cyber-attacks and associated crime.
For further information or to have your say, please go to: https://consult.scotland.gov.uk/cyber-resilience-policy-team/cyberconsultation/


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