CiSP – NCSC, PART OF GCHQ

CiSP logo. National Cyber Security Centre a part of GCHQ

Fieldhouse Solutions Limited

is an active member of the Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership (CiSP) Collaboration Environment

CiSP is a

joint industry and government initiative set up to exchange cyber threat information in real time, in a secure, confidential and dynamic environment, increasing situational awareness and reducing the impact on UK business

Since the launch of

CiSP in March 2013, the value of the collaboration has been recognised by industry, with CiSP continuing to grow considerably.

As of December 2017, over 4020 organisations and 9097 individuals have signed up to this free service


Useful infographics

NCSC Small Business Guide Infographic

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This advice has been produced to help small business protect themselves from the most common cyber attacks.  The 5 topics covered are easy to understand and cost little to implement.  Read the NCSC quick tips on the enclosed or find more at www.ncsc.gov.uk/smallbusiness

 

NCSC Glossary of Terminology

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This glossary explains some common words and phrases relating to cyber security, originally published via the @NCSC Twitter channel throughout December.  The NCSC is working to demystify the jargon used within the cyber industry. For an up-to-date list, please visit www.ncsc.gov.uk/glossary

 

NCSC Advent Glossary

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This glossary explains some common words and phrases relating to cyber security originally published via the @NCSC Twitter channel throughout December.  The NCSC is working to demystify the jargon used within the cyber industry.  For an up-to-date list, please visit www.ncsc.gov.uk/glossary

 

NCSC Password Security

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Attackers use a variety of techniques to discover passwords, including using powerful tools freely available on the internet. The following advice makes password security easier for your users – improving your system security as a result.

 

NCSC Small Charity Guide

Attackers use a variety of techniques to discover passwords, including using powerful tools freely available on the internet. The following advice makes password security easier for your users – improving your system security as a result.

Clicking here will allow you to download the 20 page full guide as a pdf

 

NCSC information is provided under Open Government Licence, click here (opens new tab) to be taken to the national archives to view a copy