Align your cyber resilience strategy with government best practice

A Cyber Resilience Strategy for Scotland: Public Sector Action Plan 2017/18 was developed by the Scottish government and the National Cyber Resilience Leaders Board (NCRLB) to enhance the cyber resilience of digital public services in Scotland.

According to the action plan, Scottish public-sector bodies and their key partners will need to improve cyber security and promote cyber resilience by the end of 2018.

This will include implementing cyber risk governance arrangements, adopting effective cyber incident response plans and having appropriate cyber resilience training.

Action plans for private and third sectors will also be developed, and organisations from these sectors will be encouraged to align these action plans.

If your organisation deals with the Scottish public sector and/or you’re looking to align your cyber resilience strategy with government best practice, download the free green paper – Scottish Public-Sector Action Plan 2017-18: Summary and compliance guidance.

This green paper will give you an introduction to the action plan and the importance of cyber resilience to Scotland’s public bodies.

Taking you through the key actions that the Scottish government, public bodies and key partners must take, it will help your organisation understand and comply with the plan.

The green paper also includes compliance deadlines and obligations, the Scottish Public-Sector Cyber Resilience Framework, the Cyber Essentials scheme and other relevant guidelines and standards.

Download our free green paper to find out what you need to do to comply with the Cyber Resilience Strategy for Scotland: Public Sector Action Plan 2017/18 >>