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The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has defended the UK from more than 700 cyber attacks since last September, according to a recent report.

The NCSC released its annual review earlier this month detailing how it defended the UK from 723 cyber incidents in the last year. During the pandemic, the NCSC has especially focused its resources on attacks relating to the corona virus, after it proved a target for cyber criminals.

Indeed, part of the NCSC’s work involved scanning more than 1 million NHS IP addresses for vulnerabilities and collaborating internationally to protect from cyber crime surrounding corona virus vaccine research.

You can read in full here: https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/news/ncsc-defends-uk-700-cyber-attack-national-pandemic.

As a business, the NEBRC works to support local organisations’ cyber resilience with assessment, testing, certification, education, and guidance - embedding free or affordable solutions where required, alongside an ongoing partnership approach with our national and trusted partners. You can find out more about the support we offer on our membership page

Through social media and our newsletter, we have also been increasing our followers’ awareness of covid-related scams. Please do share our communications with your connections. Knowledge of what can be done to halt cyber attacks is the first step to successful protection of businesses in our region.

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The Business Resilience Centre for the North East (NEBRC) is a non-profit organisation which exists to support and help protect North East England businesses from cyber crimes.

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