Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership (CISP)
The National Cyber Security Centre Cyber-Security Information Sharing Partnership is an online community for Northern Ireland businesses to share threats, vulnerability information and mitigation to protect against cyber incidents. Members are vetted and must agree to terms and conditions. Information supplied is protected by a strict traffic light system to ensure sensitive company information is protected.
Fusion Cell – Joint industry and government analytical team who examine, analyze and feedback cyber information from a range of sources. They have capability to conduct bespoke malware and phishing email analysis on behalf of members.
The PSNI would encourage local businesses and industry to become member of the CiSP community in Northern Ireland. For more information concerning the application process contact the PSNI Cyber Crime Center at CyberInvestigation@psni.pnn.police.uk
Cyber Essentials is a new Government-backed and industry supported scheme to help businesses protect themselves against cyber threats. Cyber Essentials documents are free to download. Any organisation can use the guidance to implement essential security controls.
The scheme provides businesses of all sizes with clear information on good basic cyber security practice. By focusing on basic ‘cyber hygiene’, organisations will be better protected from the most common cyber threats. Cyber Essentials is for all organisations, of all sizes and in all sectors. It is not limited to companies in the private sector, but is also applicable to universities, charities and public sector organisations.
Get Safe Online
A unique joint initiative between the Government, the National Crime Agency, and public and private sector supporters from the world of technology, communication, retail and finance. Its objective is to raise awareness of internet and information security, and help individuals and small to medium-sized organisations in the UK to use the internet confidently and safely.
Obtain information on common types of malware and phishing emails, how to protect your business against these threats and much more.
Reporting Cyber Crime
PSNI Online Cyber Reporting Portal provides a mechanism for businesses to report any suspicions or concerns about cyber crime or incidents, relating to Network Intrusion, DDOS or Malware, directly to PSNI Cyber Investigators. Reporting will help police to tackle these types of incident and crimes. It will also enable police to identify areas of concern, patterns of cyber incidents and may assist in identifying and prosecuting offenders.
Action Fraud is the UK’s national fraud and internet crime reporting centre where individuals and businesses can report fraud and online scams.