The Little Book of Cyber Scams https://www.met.police.uk/globalassets/downloads/fraud/little-book-of-cyberscams..pdf
There is a free app which draws together a range of advice and resources such as the animations and info graphics produced by NCSC and others.
CPNI UK – www.youtube.com/user/UKCPNI/
CPNI, Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure, provides integrated security advice (combining information, personnel and physical) to organisations which make up the national infrastructure. Our advice helps to reduce the vulnerability of the national infrastructure (primarily the critical national infrastructure) to terrorism and other threats to national security. CPNI Website: www.cpni.gov.uk
GetSafeOnline – www.youtube.com/user/GetSafeOnline
Get Safe Online is an Online Safety Campaign from the UK, sponsored by Government and the Private Sector. Take a look at the GetSafeOnline website for comprehensive advice without the jargon: www.getsafeonline.org
BBC iWonder – Would you fall for a scam email? – http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/zw9v34j
The BBC have just launched a guide, aimed at the general public, on how to spot – and avoid – internet scams. The guide has been compiled in association with the City of London Police and Get Safe Online and contains an easy to use checklist of warning signs to watch for The guide may be found on the ‘I wonder’ section of the BBC website or the link above.
‘Introduction to Cyber Security’ course – https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/introduction-to-cyber-security
Supported by the UK government, GCHQ and IISP, a free online course ‘Introduction to Cyber Security’ has been developed. It is completely free. The GCHQ Certified Training course is also accredited by the Institute of Information Security Professionals (IISP). It has been developed by The Open University with support from the UK Government’s National Cyber Security Programme and can be accessed free of charge.
‘Cyber Security: Safety at Home, on line, in life – https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/cyber-security
Future Learn is launching a three week course aimed at the interested general public on Cyber Security: Safety at Home, on line, in life.
Fraud Women’s Network – https://www.fraudwomensnetwork.com/
The Fraud Women’s Network (“FWN”), formalised in 2007, brings together women involved in all aspects of fraud prevention, detection, investigation and prosecution, tonetworkand sharebest practice, informationandexperiencein order to help tackle the threat from fraud and organised crime head on. We are proud to say that our Membership contains a broad and diverse spectrum of women across law enforcement, banking, insurance, commercial, public sector, legal, accounting, forensics and forensic accounting, information security, compliance, investigations and telcos (to name but a few). Seniority also varies and ranges from relatively junior staff to senior decision makers including managers, directors, partners etc.