UKCSA Partners

Cyber Security Industry Experts

Our Partners

 

 

The UK Cyber Security Association works with a number of key partners to help us deliver value to our members.

 

Find out about our partners below.

Never miss a call or website enquiry with outsourced support for your calls and live chat, delivered by Moneypenny, the UK’s #1 answering service.

Moneypenny gives you your own dedicated receptionist to answer calls and respond to live chat exactly as if based in your office – either some or all of the time – you choose.

Moneypenny is offering a FREE 1-week trial and exclusive partner rates. If you don’t know what your call answering or live chat needs are yet, that’s not a problem.

Visit moneypenny.com/uk or email simon.burlison@moneypenny.co.uk to find out more.

 

CAPSLOCK is a revolutionary educational organisation which delivers career-changing cyber security bootcamps, entirely online.

We help adults re-skill, via a curriculum we built in collaboration with some of the UK’s largest cyber employers. We teach you the hands-on skills you need to land a high-paying job in cyber.

Oh, and you don’t have to pay any tuition fees until you land a high-paying job.

Future-proof your income, learn from anywhere with Wi-Fi, and unlock your true potential.

Head to www.capslock.ac to apply.

Business Live Global

For over ten years Business Live Global (Business Live UK Ltd) have conceptualised, created and promoted lead generating events and bespoke lead generation campaigns for a range of SME and corporate clients from across the UK.

For more information visit www.businessliveglobal.com or contact Victoria Beale via email: victoria@businessliveglobal.com.

Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) UK

Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) is an international non-profit founded in 2012 which has grown into a global alliance of 30 affiliates organisations. With over 6000 members it is the largest member organisation in the world representing and empowering Women in the field of CyberSecurity. 

WiCyS mission is to recruit, retain and advance women in cyber security through a range of initiatives including training programs, an online member forum, scholarships, grants and awards, a webinar learning series, annual conference, speaking and media opportunities, job boards, virtual and in-person summits, career fairs, mentoring, student Chapters, and virtual and in-person networking

 For more information visit their website.

The Cyber Helpline

The Cyber Helpline is a free, confidential helpline for individuals in the UK who have been a victim of cyber crime or are experiencing online security issues. We help individuals – and sole traders – contain, recover and learn from cyber attacks by linking them with an intelligent chatbot & human experts who provide relevant advice and guidance.

We know that technology and cyber security can be confusing, so we ensure that we provide help in plain English and ensure that our users fully understand their situation, options and next steps. Our chatbot offers 24/7 help and advice and our expert volunteers are on hand to provide extra help and support. The Cyber Helpline is a not-for profit organisation.

You can access their help here – https://www.thecyberhelpline.com/gethelp

One Worcestershire 

The UK Cyber Security Association is proud to be based in the heart of Worcestershire and we are a proud partner of the One Worcestershire campaign. The campaign reflects the wider community’s pride in championing Worcestershire as a place to live, work, invest and visit.

Worcestershire is home to the biggest cluster of cyber security firms outside of London, which is based in Cyber Valley, Malvern, Worcestershire. 20% of the top 600 cyber security companies in the UK are located here.  The UK Cyber Security Association is perfectly placed in Worcester and only 10 minutes away from Cyber Valley in Malvern.

To find out more about One Worcestershire visit their website.

Lockdown Cyber Security – Demystifying the Complexities of Cyber Security

Data breaches have become common place, as the frequency of attacks increase year on year. This incremental rise has created global headlines as companies, poorly prepared to deal with incidents, have seen a fall out of negative PR, reputational damage, legislative fines and a significant loss of earning. Let alone my remediation costs.The cost of remediation and redress is always more than cost of proactivity, but not all executives understand that. Lockdown wants to train and educate to raise cyber awareness and to minimize financial impact.

Website: www.lockdowncybersecurity.co.uk

The Police Digital Security Centre

PDSC is a not-for-profit organisation, owned by the police, that works across the whole of the UK in partnership with industry, government, academia and law enforcement. We firmly believe that the overwhelming majority of cyber crime can be prevented by taking a few simple steps to protect your business. All of our advice and guidance is consistent with the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). For further information download their brochure.

Their team is passionate about helping you understand where your business may be at risk from a cyber attack or data breach.

 

To find out more about the Police Digital Security Centre visit their website.

Some worrying Statistics
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Detected Attacks

and 25% of Large Firms experience a breach at least once per month

 
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Suppliers

of all businesses set cyber security standards
for their suppliers

 
 
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a formal written cyber security policy to protect their business

 
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Recommended Action

to identify risks
from Cyber Attacks

 
Stay Safe, Stay Sure, BE SECURE!

Cyber attacks are being performed every second of every day.

You must review your current Cyber defences and continue to have them tested by professional organisations.

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