Cyber Security Help is at Hand!


The Ascertus Security Thought Leadership Series
Cyber Security Help is at Hand!

In this Ascertus blog series, several cyber security issues have been addressed including insider threat, ransomware, phishing and supply chain risk. Clearly, there’s a human impact emanating from cybercrime, which has been well-articulated in this series too.  


The National Cyber Security Centre has formed a Cyber Protect Network that comprises trusted partners with a range of specialist policing capabilities alongside dedicated cyber security teams that work with businesses and communities to mitigate cybercrime.

With the legal sector continuing to be a key target for cyber criminals, help is at hand – organisations will do well to reach out to these resources.

If you are looking for help or guidance, here is a list of Regional Organised Crime Units across England and Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland: https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/informatio87n/regional-organised-crime-units-rocus.

You can be assured of good advice for any issues that you currently have as well as for strengthening your defences for the future.

To read the full Ascertus Security Thought Leadership Series, visit: 

About Shelton Newsham
Shelton Newsham is a manager and lead at the Yorkshire and Humber Regional Cyber Crime Team, advising public and private sector and individuals (including at Board level) on threat mitigation. He is a Certified ISO 27001 ISMS Lead Implementer, ISMS 27001 Auditor, Certified in information Security Management Principles (CISMP), ISO 22301 BCMS Lead implementer and Certificate of the Business continuity institute (CBCI). With over 17 Years’ experience in law enforcement, Shelton has extensive experience in incident response, critical incident management, intelligence assessments, threats to life, incident investigation, safeguarding the vulnerable, public order, and large-scale operations, working at a strategic level.

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