Business and charities of all sizes in Northern Ireland are experiencing cyber attacks.
A recent NCSC 2020 shows that 32% of businesses and 22% of charities had a cyber breach in the last 12 months causing disruption of business, loss of revenue and stress and anxiety to owners and their family and friends. Successful cyber attacks can significantly impact businesses, so making them more resilient and a safer place to do business and a much harder target for cyber criminality.
The Northern Ireland Cyber Security Centre is working in collaboration with the local councils across Northern Ireland to provide help and guidance that will enable businesses across Northern Ireland to be safer, better protected and more resilient against cyber-attacks.
We need your help to better understand the level of cyber awareness, activity and resilience that currently exists across Northern Ireland small businesses sector.
By giving us a few minutes of your time you will be providing us with valuable feedback on your knowledge and actions to be protected from this blight on our society. Knowing more about the cyber health, security and resilience of your business will help the us prioritise the necessary advice, guidance and support to make your business more cyber resilient and collectively make Northern Ireland Cyber Safe, Secure and Resilient to be working online.
A cyber health check is open for small businesses across Northern Ireland for the month of August. Complete this for your business and help us understand your cyber knowledge and business cyber preparation.
**Save the Date**
The Northern Ireland Cycber Security Centre will be hosting a Webinar on Wednesday 9 September from 10.00am which will be available for all small businesses to attend. Booking details will follow closer to this date.
Source: Fermanagh and Omagh District Council