Fighting back: Collaboration is not enough

24/08/2017 by Brendon Higgins
Eamonn Keane, Detective Inspector, Cybercrime Unit
Eamonn.keane2@scotland.pnn.policy.uk
 
Police have many meetings with business and talk about technology.  However the issue is PEOPLE and it is important to get people to do the basics.  Such as challenging ID badges when staff tailgate through doors, lock workstations when going for a break, etc.
 
Malware, scope of problem is unknown but police are seeing increasing volumes of work.
 
Lots of examples given cybercrime
 
Police are keen to keep businesses running post incident 
 
Recommend
Run incident scenarios with staff (pre-planned exercises)
 
Cyber Essentials
  1. Boundary firewalls & internet gateways
  2. Secure configuration
  3. Access control
  4. Malware protection
  5. Patch management
 
 
 
 
Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership (CiSP)
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