Latest Opportunities

SANS Institute Training in Manchester – Events: 24 – 29 Feb 2020


Following the success of the SANS Training in Cardiff in September, the Institute is following up with 5 Cyber Security Training courses in Manchester, easily accessible for members of the North Wales Cyber Security Clusters.

SANS is recognised around the world as the best place to develop the deep, hands-on cyber security skills most needed right now. Join us for SANS Manchester February 2020 for immersion training that will provide you with the skills to defend your organisation against security breaches and prevent future attacks.

Courses:

SEC401: Security Essentials Bootcamp Style
SEC504: Hacker Tools, Techniques, Exploits, and Incident Handling
SEC545: Cloud Security Architecture and Operations
SEC555: SIEM with Tactical Analytics
SEC560: Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking

Our mission at SANS is to deliver cutting-edge information security knowledge and skills to all students in order to protect people and assets At the heart of everything we do is the SANS Promise: Students will be able to use the new skills they have learned as soon as they return to work. See that promise in action at SANS Manchester February 2020.

To book on one of these courses go to https://www.sans.org/event/manchester-february-2020

Digital Health mission to South Korea – Deadline: 6 December 2019


KEY OPPORTUNITIES
*Diagnostics: image recognition, symptoms checkers, risk stratification
*Knowledge generation: drug discovery, pattern recognition, increased understanding of causality
*System efficiency: optimisation of care pathways, prediction of ‘Do Not Attends’, identification of staffing requirements
*P4 medicine: prediction of deterioration, personalised treatments, preventative advice

South Korea is the 11th largest global economy and one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world. Its digital health market is rapidly growing: valued at GBP 2.4bn in 2015, it is expected to almost double by 2020 with a forecast market value of GBP 4.4bn.

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
*Explore the digital health and innovation landscape in South Korea
*Get a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities of doing business in South Korea
*Attend the Korea International Medical & Hospital Equipment Show (KIMES)
*Find potential innovation partners in the UK and overseas
*Improve your company pitch to international partners and investors

Please contact Dave Guite, Innovation & Funding Specialist, Enterprise Europe Network (Swansea University) d.r.guite@swansea.ac.uk

UK-NL Cyber & Fintech Summit, The Hague – Event: 20 February 2020


In partnership with the Welsh Government, the British Embassy The Hague is pleased to invite you to the UK-NL Cyber & Fintech Summit on 20 February 2020; the CFS2020.

CFS2020 will combine technological challenges in AI, Data Management and Security, Cybercrime and Regulation on the intersection of Cyber and Fintech. In the aftermath of our Cyber Security and Fintech events in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, we’re expecting around 1000 attendants for what promises to be an action packed summit that brings together business, government and academia from both the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

The summit will bring together the whole UK and NL Cyber Security and Fintech network to share new and upcoming technologies between the two countries, discuss best practice policy practices and – of course – do business. At previous editions, attendees and speakers featured senior UK and Dutch officials and thought leaders, including ministers of economic affairs and security, a former prime minister, board and C-level executives from large multinationals and institutions such as ING, BT, the NATO NCIA and many others.

For more information, please take a look at our website: https://uktech.nl/cyber. In case you’re interested, we’ve also got a couple of slides for sponsorship opportunities at https://uktech.nl/cfs2020/sponsorship.pdf.

CFS2020 will take place in the wonderful high-rise New Babylon building in The Hague, next to the central station and at 29 minutes from Schiphol airport by train.

We are looking forward to hear from you!

For more information please contact Huw Roberts, Regional Manager Trade & Investment, Europe, Welsh Government EU Office, Rond-Point Schuman 11, B-1040 Brussels
Huw.Roberts@gov.wales

UK Cyber Forum Update – 1 November 2019


Good morning

You may have noticed that the frequency of these bulletins has dropped significantly over the last few months. I’m sorry about that! Many of you will know that I also run IASME who has won the tender to be the sole Cyber Essentials Partner from April 2020. While this is really great news and very exciting for us, it means I currently have very little time to send out the news letters. I will still aim to do this when I can or if there is a particular news or offer which might be of interest to you.

Here are some opportunities you may be interested in

RSA Conference – San Francisco (24th to 28th February 2020)
Short Notice deadline

I would like to make you aware of an upcoming DIT cyber security trade mission to Moscone Center San Francisco in February 2020

RSA conference 2020 is one of the worlds largest Cyber Security conference and exhibition. For almost 30 years, RSA has been leading within the Cyber sector attracting over 700 exhibitors and 43,000 visitors. Good exposure to this event will enable UK businesses to develop an understanding of the US market with interaction with buyers and leading US organisations. This will be a great opportunity to pitch your products, network, building relationships and engage with key decision makers.

Please find attached the official website:-
https://www.rsaconference.com/usa/passes-and-rates?gclid=EAIaIQobChMImqHQ1Oad5QIVmKztCh3r9QAuEAAYASAAEgJzI_D_BwE

Please could you let me know if you would be interested in this event? If so, please could you express your interest via email toLaurence.goodwin@trade.gov.uk before Thursday 31st October.

For further practical details on the event, please contact either of the two DIT contacts below:
Peter Thompson ( Assistant Head Cyber Security Americas & Europe) – peter.thompson@trade.gov.uk
Beth Vaccarezza (Acting Head of Space, USA | Vice Consul – Aerospace, Defence & Cyber Security) -beth.vaccarezza@mobile.trade.gov.uk

LORCA
The London Office for Rapid Cybersecurity Advancement (LORCA) has launched an open call for its fourth cohort of technology and cyber innovators. LORCA are inviting high potential innovators to apply if their solutions align to one of their three innovation themes: Connected Economy, Connected Everyone and Connected Everything.

Information about LORCA’s challenge areas and a link to the application portal can be found at www.lorca.co.uk/apply or by reading this news story.

Innovate UK Smart Grants: October 2019
Opportunity to apply for a share of up to £25 million to deliver ambitious or disruptive R&D innovations that can make a significant impact on the UK economy https://apply-for-innovation-funding.service.gov.uk/competition/446/overview

Cyber Zone at International Security Expo 2019
3-4 December, Olympia London

The dedicated exhibition space features a techUK pavilion providing visitors an area to source solutions, products and resources that will enhance the digital security of your business.

Speakers include:
2x Senior Representatives, NCSC
Dr Henry Pearson, UK Cyber Security Ambassador to the US, DIT
Jenny Radcliffe, The People Hacker

UK Cyber Security Forum have exclusive free passes for all their members

Find out more about what’s on at www.internationalsecurityexpo.com/whats-on
Register your free visitor pass at – https://ise-2019.reg.buzz/iasme

Cyber Resilience Workshop 11th November
IAAC is holding its third workshop in the cyber resilience series on 11th November 2019 at Aston University. This event will be held jointly with ISACA with the kind support of Aston University.

The workshop will apply elements of systems thinking and soft systems methodology to cyber resilience. It will draw on the previous workshops, though there is no requirement to have attended them to fully participate in this one. The first looked at culture and cyber resilience. The second looked at a ‘compliance eco-system’ – its elements and how it might function. Both reports from these workshops are available at: http://www.iaac.org.uk/cyber-resilience/.

The programme for the third workshop will be:

0930 – registration and coffee
1000 – introduction
1010 – split into groups – exercise one. Confirm problem issue using Laddering Technique.
1100 – Coffee
1120 – Exercise two – draw a rich picture representing the factors influencing the adoption of cyber resilient behaviours
1220 – brief back
1315 – Lunch
1400 – Exercise three – implication for interventions – ‘what if we did this’ scenarios using Cognitive Map.
1500 – tea and brief back
1600 – close.

The outcome of this workshop will be to understand the relationships between the elements in the system, so we can make effective interventions in shaping cyber resilience behaviours.

If you would like to attend, please contact info@iaac.org.uk. Space is limited so early registration is encouraged. The specific venue details will be released nearer the event.

UKSec summit
Next week 5th & 6th November

The UKSec summit dedicates itself to the service sector, crafted by our peers and senior security experts from across some of the UK’s largest services sectors including; Finance & Banking, Healthcare, Insurance, Wholesale & Retail, Transport and Logistics, together with cyber security innovators and regulators to safeguard the future of our industry.

Over two days you will have the unparalleled opportunity to build information sharing partnerships with solution providers and senior security executives from service giants across the UK. This means you will access a valuable range of perspectives – investigating new ideas whilst learning from success cases and leaving with a set of viable, actionable insights. For more information or to register, visit uk.cyberseries.io.

Aviation Security Outward Mission to Mexico – Deadline: 20 November 2019


Airports/Aviation Security & Critical National Infrastructure Protection Outward Mission to Mexico, taking place 25-28 November 2019 in Mexico City.

The core programme participation fee is £755 (there is no VAT charge).

The Department for International Trade (DIT) in collaboration with HMG’s Prosperity Fund (NON ODA) offers a unique opportunity for UK companies with experience in airports and aviation security, and CNIP for oil and gas to meet key Mexican stakeholders and decision-makers, and showcase their expertise at the UK-CANAERO Day, and the VIP CNIP for Oil and Gas Day, all focused on sharing UK knowledge and finding synergies between both markets. CANAERO is the National Air Transport Chamber in Mexico, an autonomous institution composed of more than 60 members, grouping national and international airlines, freight companies, air taxis, and service providers in Mexico, among others.
About UK-CANAERO Day

UK-CANAERO day is a half-day seminar to exchange technical experiences and best practices with a view of supporting the needs of CANAERO members, as well as the growth of the national airport network and the new Government strategy. This is an event coordinated between CANAERO and the British Embassy in Mexico City.
The participation fee includes translation, transportation to and from meetings, and four nights’ accommodation in Mexico City (for one person per company, Wi-Fi and continental breakfast). Delegates will cover return air travel, and subsistence costs (dinners and incidentals, transport airport-hotel-airport).

The VIP CNIP for Oil and Gas Day is arranged in partnership with the Federal Protection Service, the Public Security Ministry and the State owned Oil and Gas company Pemex. All these entities, plus the DGs of public security of the states with oil and gas facilities and operations will attend. The event will take place at “Los Pinos” which is the former Presidential Offices and Residence complex, now a Museum.

For more information, or to apply to attend, please contact Gisela Gonzalez at the British Embassy Mexico City:

Gisela Gonzalez
DIT Mexico Head of the Security, Defence and Aerospace Sectors
Gisela.Gonzalez@fco.gov.uk

Degree Apprenticeship Framework Workshop, Rail & Automotive – Event: 20 November 2019


The University of South Wales has a strong background in working with employers to deliver a wide range of flexible, higher level programmes that integrate real-world experience with work-based, classroom and online learning.

In an evolving business landscape, employers are now exploring innovative approaches for identifying and addressing challenges across their workforce in relation to talent succession, upskilling of staff and future business needs.

In addition to the Degree Apprenticeships currently running/approved at USW, we are now consulting with employers in relation to further opportunities for Degree Apprenticeship delivery in Wales. These include the theme of Digital Degree Apprenticeships, in specialist fields such as Rail & Automotive Engineering.

Collaborating with Industry

We would like to invite you to attend an event to help us shape our Degree Apprenticeship provision in relation to Rail and Automotive.

There will be an opportunity to find out more about Degree Apprenticeships and other related work-based learning programmes, to influence the development of our Degree Apprenticeship programmes, and discover how our experience provides tested pathways to take advantage of this future opportunity.

The event will cover:
*Overview and Introduction to the Degree Apprenticeship Framework (Wales)
*Welcome and Introduction to the Policy / Funding Landscape in Wales
*Overview of current subject provision and expertise
*Case study: This will look at how the University worked with industry to develop flexible employer-focussed provision in the Software Engineering field, which resulted in USW’s first Degree Apprenticeship – BSc Digital and Technology Solutions
*Workshops focussing on demand and priorities in relation to the fields Rail and Automotive.

This event will be followed up by a task and finish group to take forward specific strands with interested employers and to build provision in key areas to deliver these opportunities.

Date and Time
Mon, 20 November 2019
14:00 – 16:30 GMT

Location
USW Conference Centre
University of South Wales
Llantwit Road
Pontypridd
CF37 1DL

Degree Apprenticeship Framework Workshop, Cyber & AI – Event: 25 November 2019


Cyber Security and Data Science/Artificial Intelligence | 25 November 2019

The University of South Wales has a strong background in working with employers to deliver a wide range of flexible, higher level programmes that integrate real-world experience with work-based, classroom and online learning.

In an evolving business landscape, employers are now exploring innovative approaches for identifying and addressing challenges across their workforce in relation to talent succession, upskilling of staff and future business needs.

In addition to the Degree Apprenticeships currently running/approved at USW, we are now consulting with employers in relation to further opportunities for Degree Apprenticeship delivery in Wales. These include the theme of Digital Degree Apprenticeships, in specialist fields such as Cyber Security and Data Science/Artificial Intelligence.

Collaborating with Industry

We would like to invite you to attend an event to help us shape our Degree Apprenticeship provision in two key areas – Cyber Security and Data Science/Artificial Intelligence. There will be an opportunity to find out more about Degree Apprenticeships and other related work-based learning programmes, to influence the development of our Degree Apprenticeship programmes, and discover how our experience provides tested pathways to take advantage of this future opportunity.

The event will cover:
*Overview and Introduction to the Degree Apprenticeship Framework (Wales)
*Welcome and Introduction to the Policy / Funding Landscape in Wales
*Overview of current subject provision and expertise
*Case study: This will look at how the University worked with industry to develop flexible employer-focussed provision in the Software Engineering field, which resulted in USW’s first Degree Apprenticeship – BSc Digital and Technology Solutions
*Workshops focussing on demand and priorities in relation to the fields of Cyber Security and Data Science/Artificial Intelligence

This event will be followed up by a task and finish group to take forward specific strands with interested employers and to build provision in key areas to deliver these opportunities.

Date and Time
Mon, 25 November 2019
14:00 – 16:30 GMT

Location
USW Conference Centre
University of South Wales
Llantwit Road
Pontypridd
CF37 1DL

NCSC CyberThreat 2019, London – Event: 25-26 Nov 2019


CyberThreat 2019 brings together the UK and Europe’s cyber security community. Designed for security practitioners and spanning the full spectrum of offensive and defensive disciplines, the summit has a strong technical emphasis, including case studies from the field, new security tools and encouraging collaboration on bleeding edge techniques.

The two-day conference is hosted by the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and SANS Institute and takes place at Riverbank Park Plaza, London. CyberThreat 2019 evidences the UK Government’s commitment to equip practitioners with the skills and knowledge required to defend against cyber threats and also addresses the cyber skills gap, by developing and growing talent. CyberThreat aims to deliver the best technical conference in Europe for cyber security practitioners.

In addition to presentations from world-renowned cyber security experts and rising industry stars, CyberThreat 2019 features many hands-on opportunities for delegates in the form of CTF events, team problem solving and “Hackathon” challenges against some of the latest devices and products.

Secure Development Research by University of Bristol


We are a team of researchers in the Bristol Cyber Security Group, led by Professor Awais Rashid.

We are engaging with business to understand how software development practice and security operate on a day-to-day basis. We are doing this to understand best practice and also where developers face challenges with regards to implementing security in software systems so that the design of tools and techniques at their disposal can be improved.

Today we have an incomplete understanding of such best practices and challenges. We would like to engage with developers at your organisation to develop these insights.

In the first instance, this requires semi-structured interviews (no longer than 1 hour) with developers. There is an *optional* follow-up observational study where we would like to shadow some developers with their and your permission.

In the interviews or any observation (if permitted) we will not collect any commercially sensitive information and our questions will be about software development rather than specific products that they are developing.

We will share the synthesised findings with you and provide actionable guidelines about best practice across the sector and ways to support developers in overcoming the challenges they face.

We would welcome the opportunity to work with you on this. Please contact Andrew Dwyer at andrew.dwyer@bristol.ac.uk.

Thanks and best wishes,

Awais Rashid
Professor of Cyber Security, University of Bristol
Director, EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training on Trust, Identity,
Privacy and Security in Large-Scale Infrastructures
http://www.bristol.ac.uk/engineering/people/awais-a-rashid/
https://cybersecurity-cdt.ac.uk
awais.rashid@bristol.ac.uk

TheCityUK National Conference, Cardiff – Event: 21 November 2019


This year Cardiff will host TheCityUK’s National Conference. Supported by the Welsh Government, this conference is taking place at the Principality Stadium on Thursday 21 November (10:00-16:00). We have a limited availability to the event so we are accepting registrations on a first-come-first-served basis.

The conference will be attended by over 200 industry leaders, policymakers and academics. The theme this year is ‘Making an Impact’, with keynote speeches focusing on how the financial and related professional services industry supports people and businesses across the UK.

Confirmed speakers include:
· Rt Hon Alun Cairns MP, Secretary of State for Wales
· Ken Skates AM, Minister for the Economy
· Katharine Finn, TheCityUK’s City Chair for Cardiff
· Richard Theo, Government FinTech Envoy for Wales and Chief Executive Officer, Wealthify
· Rt Hon Lord Heseltine CH, former Deputy Prime Minister

Alongside the speeches, panel discussions will explore how the industry is responding, and needs to respond, to changing customer expectations and how it supports innovation and growth across the UK regions and nations.

We would be delighted if you can join us. To apply for a free pass, please email the events team (events@thecityuk.com – listing your name, role and organisation) or register your interest via TheCityUK’s website.

Many thanks

Lesley Beaumont Event Planner
Thematic and Foundation
Business and Regions
Economy Skills & Natural Resources
Welsh Government
QED Centre
Treforest
CF37 5YR
Email lesley.beaumont@gov.wales

DIT Mission to Indonesia – Event: 10 December 2019


Following discussions with DSO Jakarta and other interested parties including the Indonesian security community, an opportunity has arisen for UK companies with an interest in developing business in Indonesia. The focus will be to meet specific, funded and stated requirements of Indonesian security agencies.

Specific areas of interest include:
* Policing equipment and technology
* Cyber Security
* Counter-terrorism
* Jungle warfare training
* Search and Rescue
* Disaster mitigation and relief
* Surveillance technology and techniques (training)
* Secure communications
* CBRN threat detection
* Drug enforcement technology
* Forensics
* Thermal imaging and night vision systems
* Armored personnel carriers
* Small UAVs
* Public Order equipment and training
* Major event security

Here is the link to sign up for this event:-
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/security-trade-mission-indonesia-tickets-73083070431
Password Indo2019

Robert Barnes, Police & Security Advisor, Defence & Security Organisation
Department for International Trade, 3 Whitehall Place, London, SW1A 2AW
E-mail: robert.barnes@trade.gov.uk

4th International Cyber Warfare & Security Conference, Turkey – Event: 20 November 2019


The 4TH International Cyber Warfare & Security Conference will be running on the 20-21 November 2019 at the Congresium Conference Centre in Ankara, Turkey

2019 Theme: “How to become a global player in Cyber Security”

* Funding the Cyber Security Ecosystem
* Increasing Quality of Security Services
* International Collabrations
* How Cyber Security Clusters are important for the Ecosystems
* Extending the variety of products and perspectives
* A Rise of State – Sponsored Attacks
* Cyber – Physical Convergence

This event is organised by the Turkish Cyber Security Cluster, a fellow member of the GlobalEPIC (Ecosystem of ecosystems for Partnerships and Innovation in Cyber) alongside Cyber Wales.

Burak Sondal who is on the Steering Group of the Turkish Cluster has extended an invitation to any Cyber Wales members who wish to attend this event so come and meet with members of the Turkish Cluster to explore opportunities to collaborate.

We are working with Welsh Government and DIT to see it some funding might available to assist with travel costs.

If you are interested in this opportunity please let John Davies know (johnd@cyberwales.net)

NCSC Blog on Parked Domains


NCSC have published a blog reminding organisations that they should apply DMARC on any domains they own but no longer use, as those “parked” domains can still be spoofed.

The blog can be found here: https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/blog-post/protecting-parked-domains

Call for Partners from NW ROCU


Do you want to help us protect people from cyber crime?
We’re looking for like-minded individuals to spread the word as widely as they can about the latest scams, threats and advice. That way the region can become more clued up about cyber crime, and together we can make the North West safer online.

It could be that you work for an organisation and are able to persuade your communications team to support a marketing campaign either on your staff intranet or public facing website.

Maybe you are from an IT/Cyber company and you want to ensure the advice you are giving your customers and suppliers about new threats is up to date.

It might just be that you are able to share any messaging we give you on your social media platforms.

Perhaps you are part of a business networking group like a Chamber of Commerce and you are able to share information with your members.

Whatever it is, we’d like to know how you can help and we’re always open to ideas.

So what does it involve?

The first thing we want to do is share information with you about a forthcoming campaign taking place on the 7th June (eeek!) around Phishing e-mails. We have pre-written content which could be used within a newsletter, intranet or website. This is accompanied by social media posts and graphics with its own campaign hashtag. We’d like as many partners as possible to sign up and pledge to support the campaign. We’d need to know what you are able to do to show your support, for example, ‘shared the messages on twitter, our account has XXXX followers’ or ‘created a page on our staff intranet page which reaches XXX employees’. Sending us this feedback through is vital in order for us to show the reach of this work.

How often will I receive information?

How long is a piece of string? In the world of cyber, things move very fast and are always changing. One month we might only contact you once with a new marketing campaign theme around a specific issue. The next month there might be two or three new threats to tell you about. But we promise not to bombard you, and if you change your mind about receiving stuff from us you can always un-subscribe.

How to you get involved?

Simply click on the text below to show your support, then we’ll create a mailing list and add you onto it.

Yes please i’d like to support NW ROCU

Cardiff Met PhD students want to work with Cluster Members


Cardiff Metropolitan University have asked whether anyone on the Clusters would like to be involved in an R&D project supported by KESS2 EAST funding (funded through EU Social Fund).
KESS 2 East is the sister project of KESS 2, a major pan-Wales operation supported by European Social Funds (ESF) through the Welsh Government. KESS 2 links companies and organisations with academic expertise in the Higher Education sector in Wales to undertake collaborative research projects. A range of companies and organisations can participate, including
Micro companies, SMEs, Large companies, Third Sector and Social Enterprises.
This project is specifically designed to meet the company’s needs.
The project is then carried out by a dedicated student at MRes, MPhil or PhD level, who is supported by both the company and CardiffMET.
They are currently involved in 2 such projects (with Companies house and Ultranyx Ltd). There should be a contribution from the company (about 5K per year for 3 years). The school has offered 4 projects in this round.
They are happy to work on an exciting cyber research and development project or any related topic with partners from the cluster.
For more information contact Chami Hewage chewage@cardiffmet.ac.uk

Free CNR Reporting Service from NCSC – Open


Please note the information below from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) about the CERT-UK Network Reporting (CNR) Service which, in case you are not aware, is another free NCSC tool.

This is available for any organisation on Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership (CiSP), so unlike the Active Cyber Defence tools (which are only available for public sector bodies), the CNR service is for public & private sector bodies. NCSC promotes use of the service to CiSP members as another tool in an organisation’s defence armoury.

The CNR service scans for network abuse events on an organisation’s network, as well as vulnerable network services on an organisation’s Internet-facing services.

No infrastructure changes are required. An organisation just needs to be a member of CiSP to use the service, and then to provide its IP addresses/registered domain names, plus an up-to-date contact, which NCSC will send reports to, if we see any network abuse events or vulnerable network services on the organisation’s network.

An organisation can cease using the service at any time; however, we encourage CiSP members to use the service to help strengthen the overall cyber resilience of UK networks.

Information provided by Anna Lewis, Cyber Resilience Manager, Welsh Government, 0300 025 1948

NCSC GDPR Guidance


Two pieces of GDPR guidance for cyber security professionals that have been published on the NCSC website:

1. Information page: The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and what it means for cyber security. www.ncsc.gov.uk/GDPR

2. Guidance: A set of technical security outcomes considered to represent appropriate measures under the GDPR. Developed jointly by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and NCSC. www.ncsc.gov.uk/guidance/gdpr-security-outcomes

Many thanks and kind regards,

Eva Ignatuschtschenko
Policy Lead – Behaviour Change
Cyber Security Incentives & Regulation, DCMS

New Anti-Phishing Guidance Published (Defending Your Organisation)


The NCSC has published new “Phishing Attacks: Defending Your Organisation” guidance today help organisations consider their approach to email phishing attacks.
You can read the full guidance here and our public blog from Emma W here​
It’s worth taking a look, as it’s a stepchange in our guidance on tackling phishing.  As part of this we’re suggesting that training staff in your organisation isn’t enough – there needs to be a multi-layered defence built in beyond relying on end user awareness and behaviour.
In particular, you’ll spot that we’re stepping back from recommending some of the off-the-shelf phishing click training packages. They’re expensive and not always effective. The new guidance has details on what to suggest to customers instead.