Scottish Government – Cyber Resilience Unit
The Cyber Resilience Unit (CRU) is the team within the Scottish Government that is responsible for coordinating work to deliver on Scotland’s strategic priorities in respect of cyber resilience.
The importance of cyber resilience across Scotland’s public, private and voluntary sectors has never been greater.
We are committed to helping Scotland’s people, businesses, charities and public sector to improve their cyber resilience – their ability to use technology securely, and to respond to and prevent cyber-crime.
We published our Third Sector Action Plan on Cyber Resilience in June 2018. This was developed with the National Cyber Resilience Leaders Board and the National Cyber Security Centre alongside key partners in Scotland’s voluntary sector.
The action plan sets out a detailed programme of work in partnership with Scotland’s voluntary sector to help raise fundamental levels of cyber resilience. These actions have a particular focus on supporting our voluntary sector to understand the cyber threat and how to address it.
We have established a Third Sector Cyber Catalyst group to share knowledge and learning across leading organisations, and to identify practical solutions to key issues.
We look forward to meeting you at our CRU stand and in the Digital Supplier Marketplace.
Stand number: 14